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Vaccination support for people with disabilities


From 2and In March 2022, the Department of Communities and Justice (DCJ) approached more than 37,000 NDIS participants or their candidates with specific information on vaccinations for people with disabilities and support to find the most appropriate vaccination clinics for them.

There will then be an active information call over the phone to find out if you can get more help with vaccination advice, where and how to make an appointment for vaccination and revaccination, or the location of available vaccination centers or clinics with low sensitivity.

Disability Services Minister Natasha McLaren-Jones said vaccination against COVID-19 and regulatory drugs are very important to protect people with disabilities.

“The New South Wales government wants to provide every opportunity for people with disabilities who have not yet received a single dose of vaccine or who have not yet received a second,” said McLaren-Jones.

Anyone 16 years of age and older can receive a booster three months after receiving a second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.

Learn more about COVID-19 and support for people with disabilities onlineor for assistance in booking a vaccine against COVID-19 call 1800 643 787.

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