Australia's COVID-19 Vaccination Program is underway.
COVID-19 vaccines help to protect our community against Coronavirus by preventing serious illness and death from COVID-19. Vaccinations are voluntary and free for everyone in Australia.
For the latest information, please visit the Department of Health's website, call the National Coronavirus Hotline on 1800 020 080 or seek guidance from your GP or Pharmacist.
Pharmacy 777 COVID-19 Vaccination Service
The Pharmacy 777 Group has over 50 locations approved as COVID-19 vaccination providers in WA, NSW and SA and vaccinations are administered in a private consultation room by your 777 Pharmacist.
We are committed in supporting the Australian Government in providing COVID-19 immunisation for our local area and wider community and can provide the Vaxzevria (AstraZeneca) vaccine to eligible people aged 18 years and over or the Spikevax (Moderna) and Comirnaty (Pfizer) vaccines to eligible people aged 12 and over.
The Department of Health advise mRNA vaccines (such as the Spikevax/Moderna vaccine or the Comirnaty/Pfizer vaccine) are preferred for people aged 12-59. The Comirnaty (Pfizer) vaccine is currently being distributed to pharmacies, please check the booking link or contact your local 777 regarding availability.
The Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation (ATAGI
) recommend a booster dose of COVID-19 vaccine for adults aged 18 years and over, 6 months from when you received your second dose. The Pfizer (Comirnaty) vaccine is the preferred booster vaccine. See the FAQs
for more details.
Severely immunocompromised people are recommended to receive a third dose of vaccine which aims to maximise the immune response and therefore the benefits of the vaccine course. mRNA vaccines (such as the Spikevax/Moderna vaccine or the Comirnaty/Pfizer) are preferred for third dose vaccination. Talk to your Pharmacist or GP to determine if a third dose is suitable for you. See the FAQs for further details.
Please note, there are important timing intervals between obtaining your first, second, booster (and third dose if applicable) of the COVID-19 vaccines and also between other vaccinations, see the FAQs for details. If you have questions about the correct timing for your appointment, please contact your local 777 Pharmacist.
Please check current booking availability below or contact your local 777 Pharmacist for further information.
If the appointment is for a child aged 12-15, please ensure you have provided appropriate consent with a completed form – please refer to the FAQs for full instructions.
For vaccinations in WA:
Read the FAQs below prior to booking.
For vaccinations in NSW:
For vaccinations in SA:
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What to expect:
If you are eligible, you can book online or chat with your local 777 Pharmacist to make your appointment
If booking online, type in your suburb or postcode and select your closest pharmacy
Choose a convenient date and time and follow the prompts
Read the factsheet developed by the Australian Government Department of Health to prepare for your vaccination
If the appointment is for a child, ensure you have provided appropriate consent – refer to the FAQs
Attend your appointment
Follow the instructions of your Pharmacist during your appointment - find out more
Receive your vaccination and a printed or digital confirmation statement
After your appointment wait for a 15-minute observation period
For vaccinations in WA:
Read the FAQs below prior to booking.
For vaccinations in NSW:
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Your safety is our priority.
For public safety due to COVID-19, please follow the guidance of our Pharmacy team regarding when attending your appointment to ensure we provide you with the personalised care and support you need.
For information post your vaccination, please read information provided by the Australian Department of Health:
To find out more about Coronavirus or COVID-19, see the links below:
Frequently Asked Questions
When am I eligible to be vaccinated in pharmacy?
Approved pharmacies in WA, NSW and SA are able to provide the Vaxzevria (AstraZeneca) vaccine to eligible people aged 18 years and over or the Comirnaty (Pfizer) and Spikevax (Moderna) vaccines to eligible people aged 12 and over.
Currently, the Department of Health advise mRNA vaccines (such as the Spikevax/Moderna vaccine or the Comirnaty/Pfizer vaccine) are preferred if you are aged 12-59.
Please check availability via the booking links or direct with your local Pharmacy 777.
How do I provide consent for my child to be vaccinated?
Spikevax (Moderna) vaccinations for children aged 12 to 15 years
You will need to provide consent when your child attends the Pharmacy 777 COVID-19 Vaccination clinic.
Download and complete the consent form for your child and bring this along to your child’s appointment.
If you are unable to attend the appointment, send the form along with your child and a responsible person aged over 18 years.
You will need to be available via telephone at the time of your child’s appointment to confirm consent with our vaccinating Pharmacist.
I'm in WA or SA and under 60, can I get a COVID-19 vaccination from my pharmacy?
Moderna's Spikevax and Pfizer's Comirnaty vaccines for eligible people aged 12 years and over are available in over 50 Pharmacy 777 locations. Please chat with your Pharmacist for details.
mRNA vaccines (such as the Spikevax/Moderna vaccine or the Comirnaty/Pfizer vaccine) are preferred if you are aged 12-59.
When under 60 and considering receiving the COVID-19 Vaccine Vaxzevria (AstraZeneca), you should consider the risks versus benefits for you and your circumstances.
The Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation (ATAGI) advise that COVID-19 Vaccine Vaxzevria (AstraZeneca) is not the preferred vaccine for people aged under 60 unless in an outbreak situation. Administration of the COVID-19 Vaccine Vaxzevria (AstraZeneca) to patients under 60 should be completed in accordance with medical advice. Speak to your doctor or 777 Pharmacist to see if this vaccine is right for you.
Can I get my second COVID-19 vaccination from my pharmacy?
For people who have already been vaccinated with their first dose of the Vaxzevria (AstraZeneca), Comirnaty (Pfizer) or Spikevax (Moderna) COVID-19 vaccine, we encourage you to book your appointment for your second dose.
What about a booster dose?
The Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation (ATAGI) have provided the recommendation for adults 18 years and older to receive a single booster dose of COVID-19 vaccine.
A booster dose will be offered to people based on the length of time since their second dose was received. If your second dose was 6 months ago, you should receive your booster short as soon as possible particularly if you are at greater risk of serious COVID-19 illness or have increased occupational risk of COVID-19.
At this time, the Pfizer (Comirnaty) vaccine brand is recommended for the booster dose or in some cases the AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria) vaccine. Speak to your Pharmacist about when you can book in your booster dose.
See the ATAGI information for further details.
What about a third dose for immunocompromised people?
Individuals who are severely immunocompromised are recommended to receive a third dose of vaccine.
This additional dose aims to maximise the immune response and therefore the benefits of the vaccine course.
mRNA vaccines (such as the Spikevax/Moderna vaccine or the Comirnaty/Pfizer) are preferred for the third dose – talk to your pharmacist or GP about if a third dose is right for you.
AstraZeneca can be used for the 3rd dose for individuals who have received AstraZeneca for their first 2 doses if there are no contraindications or precautions for use, or if a significant adverse reaction has occurred after a previous mRNA vaccine dose which contraindicates further doses of mRNA vaccine (e.g., anaphylaxis, myocarditis).
The recommended interval for the 3rd dose is 2 to 6 months after the 2nd dose of vaccine.
People who have received a 2nd dose more than 6 months ago should receive a 3rd dose as soon as feasible.
ATAGI will provide further advice on booster doses for healthcare workers, older adults and the general population separately. See the ATAGI statement about the need for additional doses of COVID-19 vaccines.
What is the best timing interval between other vaccines and COVID-19 vaccines?
Please note important information regarding timing intervals between vaccines:
The Department of Health have advised a COVID-19 vaccine can be given on the same day as an influenza vaccine.
For the timing between the COVID-19 vaccine and any other vaccines, please speak to your Pharmacist, GP or immunising health care professional about the most appropriate time to make your appointment.
How can I prepare for my appointment?
Please read the factsheet developed by the Australian Government Department of Health to prepare for your vaccination.
For further support, please chat with your Pharmacist or GP.
How do I know when to book in a second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine?
It is important that you receive two doses of your COVID-19 vaccine of the same brand. We recommend to plan ahead for two doses. Optimal protection against COVID-19 will not occur until about one to two weeks after your second dose.
In WA and SA, if you receive the COVID-19 Vaccine Vaxzevria (AstraZeneca), there should be about 12 weeks between the two doses to achieve optimal longer-term protection.
In an outbreak situation, such as in NSW, the Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation (ATAGI) recommends a shorter interval of 4 to 8 weeks between the two doses of COVID-19 Vaccine Vaxzevria (AstraZeneca) so that maximal protection against COVID-19 can be achieved earlier.
The recommended interval between dose 1 and dose 2 of the Spikevax (Moderna) COVID-19 vaccine is 4-6 weeks.
Please talk to our Pharmacists if you need to confirm what the timing should be between the appointments.
The recommended interval between dose 1 and dose 2 of the Comirnaty (Pfizer) COVID-19 vaccine is 3-6 weeks.
Please ask your Doctor or Pharmacist for the latest specific advice about side effects.
You can use the COVID-19 vaccine side effects symptom checker if you have concerns about any symptoms after your vaccine.
The checker is also available through the National Coronavirus Helpline - 1800 020 080, 24 hours a day.
If you think a COVID-19 vaccine has caused a side effect, you can report it. Reports of suspected side effects help the TGA monitor COVID-19 vaccine safety.
Our pharmacy can report side effects to the TGA on your behalf, or you can report your side effects yourself. Visit the TGA website to find out how.
Why do I need to wait 15 minutes after my vaccination?
If a serious reaction to the COVID-19 vaccine occurs, it will usually occur within 15 minutes of being vaccinated . It is important for you to wait in the pharmacy for 15 minutes after being vaccinated so you can be observed for any serious reactions.
Pharmacists who deliver vaccinations are trained in first aid and CPR and know how to respond to an anaphylactic reaction. In the unlikely event of a severe reaction, the Pharmacist and other pharmacy team members will act immediately to provide emergency assistance.
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How do I cancel my appointment?
For cancellations or changes within 24 hours of your appointment:
Please call the Pharmacy 777 location you made your booking with and our team can help you rebook.
For cancellations or changes outside 24 hours of your appointment:
Please you can either call, visit or email your pharmacy to cancel or reschedule.
Following your cancellation, to book a new appointment:
Simply scroll up to the booking buttons on this page to start a new booking and schedule a new time or date.
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