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Mater is launching a COVID-19 vaccination blitz with a free community clinic to open in Springfield on Saturday, June 5 2021.
Mater is hoping that 18,000 eligible locals will roll up their sleeves over the next six weeks to help keep Springfield safe.
Mater COVID-19 vaccination coordinator Dr Trisha O’Moore-Sullivan said the pop-up clinic, at Springfield Towers on Sinnathamby Blvd, Springfield Central, would be open to aged care and disability workers, as well as other frontline healthcare workers and people aged 40 – 49.
Residents are asked to note that Mater vaccinations are not occurring at Mater Private Hospital Springfield.
Dr O’Moore-Sullivan urged people working in the residential aged care and disability sector to make a booking at on the Queensland Health Getting Vaccinated page.
“This pop-up COVID-19 vaccination clinic is another opportunity for Mater to provide healthcare to the Springfield community – and to help ensure people who live and work in this region remain safe and well,” Dr O’Moore-Sullivan said.
The Mater vaccination clinic will be open from 9 am to 5 pm this weekend and then from 9 am to 5 pm Monday-Friday.
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