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COVID-19 Vaccination

Aurora medical centre is proud to be selected as BULK BILLED VACCINE CLINIC! See below for more information.
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Steps to get the vaccine

  1. Consultation with our GP's.  (Now)
  2. Booking online is the fastest. Click "Book now by healthengine " to book online.  ( We will post more details soon )
  3. COVID -  19 vaccine dose 1 ( starting from 6th April 2021 )
  4. COVID -  19 vaccine dose 2. (12 weeks later).

NOTE :

  • Booking online is highly recommended. No walk-ins accepted. Phone wait times can be quite long.
  • Fill the new patient form that is sent via SMS before your appointment to make it a faster process.
  • Pre-booking for all vaccines is mandatory.
  • Both doses are required to be vaccinated against COVID -19 .   Single-dose is ineffective and will not register yourself as immunized against COVID  - 19.
  • Records of immunization can be accessed through MyGov.
  • Initial consultation is mandatory and will not be on the same day as vaccination.
  • Any questions regarding the vaccine can be asked to the GP's during your consultation. You will be required to give written consent regarding the immunization.

Take precaution

Stay Informed & Aware. Early detection will maximise the chance of survival and prevent the spread of the virus.

Avoid high risk areas

Wear a mask

Observe cleanliness

Avoid contact

Avoid social gathering

Maintain social distancing

Avoid Travelling

Do a test

COVID-19 Symptoms

Stay Informed & Aware. Early detection will maximise the chance of survival and prevent the spread of the virus.

Fever

Sore Throat

Coughing

Breathing Difficulties

Runny Nose

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