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Covid-19 vaccination clinic in Glebe – walk-ins welcome

So far, Sydney Local Health District (SLHD) has vaccinated more than 1,800 people at its pop-up community clinics since starting last week.

From today (August 5, 2021) until Saturday, SLHD will be providing free AstraZeneca vaccinations at Glebe from 10am to 4pm.

No booking needed. Just walk in.

GLEBE clinic– Peter Forsythe Auditorium, Francis St corner of Franklyn St.

Remember, you don’t need a Medicare card, but SLHD ask you please NOT to attend if you have flu-like symptoms or have been asked to isolate as a close or casual contact of a confirmed case.

SLHD has another pop-up clinic in GREENACRE at The Acres Club, 1 Moondo St.

As Dr Kerry Chant, Chief Health Officer NSW, said at today’s Covid-19 media briefing, “My message to everyone over 18 is please consider your options for vaccination …

“We need to get that vaccine into arms if we’re going to protect them and also protect their loved ones. It is important that we follow the stay at home directions and do our part in curbing the spread of Covid.”

NSW today recorded five Covid deaths, 262 new cases and announced a lockdown starting from 5pm in the Hunter.

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