COVID-19 Coronavirus: Vaccines

Information about COVID-19 vaccination in WA
Roll up for WA text, COVID-19 vaccination alongside a map of WA with a COVID-19 vaccine bottle next to it.

Fourth dose COVID-19 vaccines (external link) are encouraged for those 30 and over.

The COVID-19 vaccine is an important measure to keep WA safe and healthy, and will help protect yourself, your family and the community. 

The rollout of the vaccine in WA (external link) commenced in late-February 2021, with priority groups offered the first doses. This included people most at risk of becoming very ill with COVID-19, and people at greater risk of becoming infected through their work.

Australia’s vaccination program is managed by the Australian Government (external link). The WA Department of Health are responsible for the rollout of the vaccination program in WA.

It is recommended all eligible Western Australians (external link) get the free COVID-19 vaccine.

It is important to continue to stay up to date with your COVID-19 and flu vaccinations, continue to practise healthy hygiene and wear a mask when required. Find out what you can do to stay on a roll through winter (external link)


Page reviewed 19 August 2022