Tuesday 3 August 2021
COVID-19 vaccine update from SA Health
Enfield Vaccination Clinic for RACF and disability support staff
SA Health has announced that disability support staff are now able to receive their Pfizer vaccine through the new vaccination clinic at Enfield.
Getting vaccinated against COVID-19 is the best thing we can do to protect ourselves and the South Australian community.
People who work in disability support services or in a residential aged care facility (RACF) are eligible to be vaccinated now and are able to receive a Pfizer vaccine, regardless of age. It is vital that you get vaccinated to protect yourself and the residents you care for from COVID-19.
A new vaccination clinic has opened in Enfield providing the Pfizer vaccine for Disability Support and RACF staff.
All RACF staff are eligible, including health practitioners, personal care workers, kitchen staff, cleaners and administrative staff.
55 Watson Avenue, Enfield.
The clinic is open Monday to Saturday.
- Monday to Wednesday: 9.00 am to 4.00 pm
- Thursday: 12 noon to 7.00 pm
- Friday and Saturday: 9.00 am to 4.00 pm
What to bring to your appointment
When attending your appointment, you must complete a declaration of eligibility to verify that you are currently employed or contracted to work with a disability service provider or at a RACF.
Please bring an employee ID card, timesheet or other proof of employment to your appointment.
- Read the Frequently asked questions – getting vaccinated.
- Visit CovidVaccine.sa.gov.au to stay up-to-date with the latest information.
- Translated information is available if you need it.