NSW Health COVID-19 Vaccination
Clinic at the LMA

We’re partnering with Sydney Local Health District to make it easier
for people in south-western Sydney to get vaccinated by opening a pop-up clinic at the Lebanese Muslim Association.

The clinic opens at the Lebanese Muslim Association at 71-75 Wangee Rd, Lakemba, and is open for three days from (Wednesday, July 28 to Friday, July 30) from 10am to 4pm.

If you are aged 18 or above, we’ll be offering AstraZeneca vaccinations.

We’ll also be providing Pfizer vaccinations to people in the Federal Government’s priority groups 1a and 1b, and supermarket staff, butchers, bakers, green grocers and teachers aged up to 59 who work in the five affected local government areas of Canterbury-Bankstown, Liverpool, Fairfield, Cumberland and Blacktown. Those aged 60 and above will be offered AstraZeneca.

Proof of employment will be required for those having Pfizer vaccinations.

Please remember, vaccinations are free and you do not need a Medicare card.

You are allowed to leave home to be vaccinated under the current Public Health Orders, but please do not attend if you have any flu-like symptoms.

If you have been identified as a close and casual contact of a confirmed case, please do not show up at the clinic. Instead, call our COVID-19 support centre on 1800 955 566 for assistance with making a booking for vaccination when you are out of isolation.

We have more clinics coming up in Lakemba, Campsie, Riverwood, Roselands and Greenacre and we’ll keep you posted on times and dates.

Thanks for helping us keep the community safe.

Visit NSW Health Website for more information.