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COVID-19 vaccine program

The Victorian Government has expanded the priority groups to include commercial passenger vehicle drivers. This is in addition to community priority groups:

  • All people aged 60 years and over can get the AstraZeneca vaccine.
  • People aged under 60 years can get a Pfizer vaccine.

Vaccines are available at many locations across Victoria. Find the vaccination centres closest to you.

Note that walk-ins are allowed at high-volume vaccination centres, but you are encouraged to book ahead by calling 1800 675 398.

How to get a vaccine (updated 21/7/21)

The Victorian Government has expanded the priority groups to include commercial passenger vehicle drivers. This is in addition to community priority groups:

  • All people aged 60 years and over can get the AstraZeneca vaccine.
  • People aged under 60 years can get a Pfizer vaccine.

Vaccines are available at many locations across Victoria. Find the vaccination centres closest to you.

Note that walk-ins are allowed at high-volume vaccination centres, but you are encouraged to book ahead by calling 1800 675 398.

Where to get a vaccine

Vaccines are available at many locations across Victoria. Find the vaccination centre closest to you here.

Note that walk-ins are allowed at high-volume vaccination centres, but you are encouraged to book ahead by calling 1800 675 398. Select option 1 – option 1 – option 1.

What to take to your appointment?

You should take the following to your vaccination appointment:

  • Your Medicare card,
  • your driver licence, and
  • your driver accreditation.

If you have a CPVV User Portal account, you can access a digital driver accreditation certificate that you can use to demonstrate eligibility. You can sign up for an account or log in here.

Make sure your details are up to date

Please ensure your details are up to date so you can be provided the latest information on vaccines.

CPV and bus drivers: Register for a CPVV User Portal account (or log in) to check and update your contact information. With a Portal account you’ll also be able to access a digital driver accreditation certificate that you can use to demonstrate your eligibility for the vaccine. Without that, you may be refused the vaccination.

Driving instructors: Supply your current contact check and update your details using this form.

It is critical that we all continue to be COVIDSafe.

Find the latest published vaccine information at the coronavirus.vic website. Or read vaccine factsheets translated into multiple languages.

About the vaccine program