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2021-09-23 10:33:17

Vaccination information

Rugby pop-up to boost COVID-19 vaccine figures

Rugby fans can do their bit in the fight against COVID-19 this Saturday as Townsville University Hospital vaccination nurses descend upon Queensland Country Bank Stadium.

Two pop-up COVID-19 vaccination clinics will be in the city’s CBD, one at the northern entrance to the stadium and one at the Stanley Street end of Flinders St as part of Townsville City Council’s Townsville Eats – Rugby Championship Edition.

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COVID-19 vaccination and pregnancy – what you need to know

As Townsville’s COVID-19 vaccination numbers soar, obstetrics and gynaecology staff specialist Dr Danny Tucker has urged pregnant women to get vaccinated to protect themselves and their unborn baby.

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Children 12 and over are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccination

All children aged 12-16 will be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccination from Monday. 

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COVID-19 vaccine gets thumbs-up from Thurston

Johnathan and Samantha Thurston visited our new Townsville Community Vaccination Centre last week to get their first COVID-19 vaccination.

The duo said they were both very happy to get the vaccination and do their part for the community.

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Townsville celebrates 50,000 vaccine milestone

The Townsville Hospital and Health Service marked a major milestone this week reaching it’s 50,000th COVID-19 vaccination.

Townsville HHS Chief Executive Kieran Keyes said the health service had vaccinated 50,499 people since March 5 2021.

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