It’s another Super Schools Vaccine weekend in Queensland, with pop up clinics to return to dozens of state schools.
Around 100 schools are taking part, including various locations on the Gold Coast.
Pimpama State Secondary College, Upper Coomera State College, Helensvale State High School, Coombabah State High School, Southport State High School, Nerang State High School, Surfers Paradise State School, Merrimac State High School, Varsity College, Robina State High School and Coolangatta State School are amongst those taking part across Saturday and Sunday.
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While the usual vaccination spots are also open, which include Coomera Vaccination Centre, Nerang Bicentennial Community Centre, Bundall Precinct, Pacific Fair Shopping Centre, Broadbeach Community Centre, Miami Beach SLSC and the John Flynn Vaccination Centre according to Queensland Health.
Anyone over the age of 12 is able to just walk in without making an appointment, in order to get a jab.
It’s all in an attempt to boost the vaccine rates ahead of the mid-December border reopening.
As of Friday, just over 72.1 per cent of Queenslanders were fully vaccinated, as hopes grow that we reach the 80 per cent mark well before December 17.
For more information on where to get vaccinated, click here.
Schools right across the state are hosting pop-up vaccination clinics today and tomorrow.
Wherever you are in Queensland, you can get a jab this weekend – at your local school, your GP, the local pharmacy or one of our @qldhealth vaccination locations.#superschoolsvax pic.twitter.com/mQMgbcJDkU
— Annastacia Palaszczuk (@AnnastaciaMP) November 19, 2021