COVID-19 Vaccination

Lockridge Medical Centre is now offering AstraZenica and Pfizer COVID vaccinations.

AstraZenica is available to our patients over 60 years of age.

Pfizer is now available and approved for all individuals 12 and over.

You can book your vaccination online via our website or call the practice to book.

Please ensure that you have read the relevant information and consent form below prior to attending for your vaccination.  You do not need to sign anything.

Please see your doctor if you wish to discuss any aspect of the vaccines prior to booking an appointment.

COVID Vaccine Boosters

From Monday 8th November 2021 Covid vaccine booster doses will be available for all individuals six months from second dose.

The recommended vaccine is Pfizer.

Studies from overseas have shown that immunity from all vaccines wanes over time.  Having a booster dose helps maintain protection against COVID-19.

This will be especially important when WA borders open in coming months.

See link below from ATAGI with more detailed information.

If you received your second dose at another vaccination centre, please bring proof of your vaccination when you attend for your booster.

AstraZenica Fact Sheet

Pfizer/Comirnaty Fact Sheet

COVID-19 Vaccine Information for Teens and Parents/Guardians

COVID-19 Vaccines Overview

COVID-19 Vaccination Consent Form


Exemptions for COVID vaccination

Medical Exemptions for COVID vaccination are limited and can only be granted for the following reasons:

1) Permanent Exemption 

  • Previous anaphylaxis to vaccine or vaccine component. Reaction to one class of vaccine does not preclude a different vaccine

2) Temporary Exemption 

  • Acute major medical condition eg undergoing major surgery or hospital admission for another serious condition
  • For mRNA COVID-19 vaccines: Inflammatory cardiac illness in the previous 6 months eg myocarditis, pericarditis, endocarditis, acute rheumatic fever or acute decompensated cardiac failure
  • For all COVID-19 vaccines: PCR confirmed SARS-CoV-2 infection until complete recovery from the acute illness (which may be up to 6 months)
  • For all COVID-19 vaccines: Serious adverse event attributed to a previous dose of a COVID-19 vaccine without another cause identified. An event is considered serious if it requires hospitalisation  or results in persistent or significant disability/incapacity.


Please do not ask for an exemption if you do not have one of the above conditions.

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Public Holiday: CLOSED

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