COVID-19 Vaccination

Protection against COVID-19

Stay safe and protect your health against COVID-19 by getting your COVID-19 vaccine or booster at Complete Care Pharmacy.

Whilst the pandemic is officially over, COVID-19 and its variants continue to negatively impact health globally. Staying vaccinated against COVID-19 is key to protecting not just yourself, but also those around you from serious illness. We’re proud to offer both the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines, aligning with the latest health advice to help you and your loved ones stay safe.

Our pharmacy, located in a convenient spot for those in and around Hobart, is staffed by a dedicated team of healthcare professionals ready to ensure a smooth and efficient vaccination process. Book your COVID-19 vaccination with us today and join the effort to remain vigilant and protected against COVID-19 and its variants.

COVID-19 Booster

Continued protection against COVID-19 through booster vaccines is important in offering the best protection against serious illness and death. The recommended frequency for receiving COVID-19 vaccine boosters, however, does differ depending on age group and vulnerability, such as whether an individual is immunocompromised or not. The Department of Health and Aged Care provides the following recommendations in 2024.

75 years and older: Recommended every 6 months.

65–74 years: Recommended at least every 12 months, but can receive every six months. Talk to us about the risks and benefits.

18–64 years (severely immunocompromised): Recommended at least every 12 months, but can receive every six months. Talk to us about the risks and benefits.

18–64 years (not severely immunocompromised): Can receive every 12 months.

5–17 years (severely immunocompromised): Can receive every 12 months.

5–17 years (not severely immunocompromised): Not recommended.

Under 5 years: Not recommended.

How to book an appointment

Please note: We accept walk-in COVID-19 vaccination during the week from 9-6 Monday to Friday – no need to book in advance

If you wish to book your COVID-19 vaccine or booster appointment is straightforward. You can book online, in person at our pharmacy, or by giving us a call. Select a time that fits your schedule, and let us handle the rest.

*Note: It is possible to receive both your COVID-19 vaccine and flu vaccine during the same appointment. Consult with our healthcare professionals to ensure the best plan for your health needs.

A woman seated wearing a mask having an adhesive bandage applied to her upper arm after receiving a COVID-19 vaccination, emphasising the importance of vaccination in combating the pandemic and protecting public health.

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Current guidelines in Australia for primary (initial doses) to protect against COVID-19 vary based on age group and those who are at risk of severe COVID-19.

Risk factor for severe COVID-19

  • 6 months to 4 years of age: 3 doses
  • 5 years and over: 3 doses

No risk factor for severe COVID-19

  • 6 months to 4 years of age: Not recommended
  • 5 years and over: 2 doses

*People aged 6 months and older who are immunocompromised should receive 3 primary doses.

As always, speak with your doctor or pharamacist if unsure.

In most cases, you can get a COVID-19 booster 6 months after your last confirmed infection or booster, although the recommended period for a booster does differ depending upon age groups.

For people aged Under 5 years it is not recommended; and those aged 5-17 it is also not recommended, unless severely immunocompromised.

Speak to your pharmacist for further information.

Yes, the COVID-19 vaccines approved for use in Australia have undergone rigorous testing in clinical trials to ensure their safety and efficacy. These vaccines have met the strict standards set by the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) for quality, safety, and effectiveness. Extensive monitoring continues to assess the vaccines’ safety in real-world settings. The vaccines have been shown to significantly reduce the risk of severe illness, hospitalisation, and death from COVID-19. Getting vaccinated is a crucial step in controlling the spread of the virus and protecting yourself and others.

Like all vaccines, the COVID-19 vaccines can cause side effects, but most are mild and temporary. Common side effects include pain or swelling at the injection site, fatigue, headache, muscle pain, chills, fever, and nausea. These side effects usually resolve within a couple of days and are signs that the body is building protection against COVID-19. Serious side effects, such as allergic reactions, are rare but can occur. If you have any concerns, discuss with our health professionals beforehand.

While COVID-19 vaccines are highly effective at preventing severe illness, hospitalisation, and death, SARS-CoV-2 infection can still occur. However, vaccinated individuals are much less likely to experience severe symptoms compared to unvaccinated individuals. Additionally, the risk of transmitting the virus to others is significantly reduced among vaccinated individuals. It’s important to continue practising preventive measures such as wearing masks in high-risk settings, practising good hand hygiene, and following public health guidelines even after vaccination.

Yes, you can get the COVID-19 vaccine and flu vaccine at the same appointment. However, if you experience a side effect, such as fever, following a vaccination, then you will not be administered another vaccine until the side effect has resolved.  

Yes. We accept walk-in COVID-19 vaccination during the week from 9-6 Monday to Friday.


  • COVID vaccination is FREE