Making it easy for all Victorians to access a COVID-19 vaccine

Woman receives a needle from a nurse, while being consoled by two other nurses. All four are sitting at a table in the home

To ensure every Victorian has access to a COVID-19 vaccine, the Victorian Government has put in place a number of intiatives, including:

  • The Disability Liaison Program, open to people five years and over sees Disability Liaison Officers matched with people, families and advocates to decide the best way to get vaccinated. You can contact the program by emailing or submitting an online request via the website.
  • Several vaccination centres across Victoria also offer enhanced accessibility for people with special needs, with longer appointment times, additional space and easy to read resources in a low-sensory environment.
  • All state-run sites are now open to walk ups, allowing people to get vaccinated at any state site without needing to book.
  • Pop-up clinics for five to 11 year-olds has been continued. You can find out more about vaccinating children and teenagers here.

For more information, you can read the Victorian Premier’s media release.