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COVID-19 Update - New procedures for Free Immunisation Sessions

Rural City of Wangaratta Infant Immunisations and general public influenza vaccinations - 7 July 2020 - 08:30am - 11:00am

This session is run from 08:30am - 11:00am and is for the immunisation of infants (0 - 5 years- free of charge) and their parents and siblings ($20 per person payable on the day).

Only one (1) appointment time is required per family.

Members of the public requiring influenza vaccinations and students requiring catch up school vaccinations may also attend.

The cost for the influenza vaccination is $20 and is payable at the Wangaratta Performing Art & Convention Centre on the day. Contactless card payments are preferred.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and people suffering some medical conditions may attend free of charge. Please discuss your situation with a nurse on the day.

2020 dates:

7 January

4 February

3 March

7 April

5 May

2 June

7 July

4 August

1 September

29 September

27 October

1 December


2021 dates:

5 January

2 February

2 March

30 March

4 May

1 June

6 July

3 August

7 September

5 October

9 November

7 December


Council also provides a free school based immunisation program in Year 7 for Human Papillomavirus (Gardasil) and Adolescent Diphtheria, Tetanus and Pertussis (Boostrix).


Workplace influenza vaccinations

Council operates a workplace immunisation program on a fee for service basis.  Currently the only vaccination provided to workplaces on this basis is the Influenza vaccine.  The immunisations can be provided within the workplace or it can be arranged to have your staff attend Council's monthly sessions.

Immunisation history

To receive your immunisation history Council’s Environmental Health team will need your name (maiden name if married) and date of birth. We also need contact details such as phone number and email address if you want your history emailed. Council only has the immunisation history from Council run immunisation sessions, so if vaccinations occurred at a doctor’s clinic or at a different Council you will need to speak with them.

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