Vaccination provides individual protection, reduces transmission to others in the household and community, and is vital to restoring social and economic activity.
The Australian government recommends two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine to all eligible people aged 16 years and over.
Vaccination expert Professor Julie Leask explains how the benefits of vaccination far outweigh the risks and why it’s important to get vaccinated.
All adults in Greater Sydney are strongly encouraged to book in for a COVID-19 vaccine.
Please refer to the latest ATAGI and NSW Health advice and book an appointment to discuss with your healthcare provider or GP.
If you've been vaccinated, you may wish to share it on social or in your email signature to show your support and encourage others to get vaccinated. Download our 'I've been vaccinated' banner (jpg, 28KB) or Zoom background (jpg, 91KB) and tag the University in your posts.
Some Faculty of Medicine and Health students may be required to be vaccinated to attend critical clinical teaching and placement activities and progress in their courses. More information for these students is available on Canvas.