Wyndham Community and Education Centre is closed to the general public. However, we are still working and are here for you.
Please call 9742 4013 if you need any information about our programs and services.

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To the COVID-19 vaccine rollout

COVID-19 vaccines

  • Vaccination against COVID-19 is recommended for all individuals 12 years of age and over.
  • All people in Australia aged 12 years old and over are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.
  • Children aged 12-15 in priority groups can book now. Priority groups include children who
    have severe asthma, diabetes, epilepsy and other serious medical conditions; are Aboriginal
    and Torres Strait Islander; live in remote communities; are on the National Disability Insurance
    Scheme or are living with a disability requiring frequent assistance with activities of daily
    living. Bookings for all other children aged 12 to 15 will open from 13 September 2021.
  • We need the vaccine to help end the pandemic, reduce the number of cases, and stop the
    virus from changing.
  • COVID-19 vaccines can help us get back to doing the things we enjoy.
  • Everyone in Australia can get the COVID-19 vaccine for free.
  • You do not need a Medicare card if you get your vaccination at government vaccination
    clinics.

Vaccine safety and how they work

  • The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) are the scientists and medical experts who
    regulate and approve all vaccines, medicines, and other medical products for use in Australia.
    The TGA check all COVID-19 vaccines for quality, safety and effectiveness before approving
    them for use in Australia.
  • COVID-19 vaccines teach your body to recognise and fight the COVID-19 virus. They do not
    contain COVID-19. You cannot get COVID-19 from having the vaccines.
  • Vaccines are a safe way of building protection against the virus in the body, without causing
    illness.
  • For the best protection, you will need two doses of the same vaccine, a few weeks apart.
  • COVID-19 vaccines approved for use in Australia have been shown to be very good at
    protecting against severe illness and death.

Learn more

  • It is important to stay informed through official sources.
  • If you want to talk to someone about COVID-19 vaccines, call the National Coronavirus
    Helpline on 1800 020 080. The hotline is available 24 hours every day. For phone interpreting
    services, call 131 450.
  • You can learn more at the Department of Health’s website where information is available in 63
    languages www.health.gov.au/covid19-vaccines-languages
  • You can also talk to your doctor.

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      WHERE ARE WE?

       

      Wyndham CEC
      MAIN OFFICE
      20 Synnot Street, Werribee
      We are within walking distance of the
      Werribee train station and local bus stops.

      Contact 97424013 or

      enquiries@wyndhamcec.org.au
      for more information about
      Wyndham CEC programs
      and services.

      OTHER LOCATIONS

       

      SYNNOT STREET
      4 Synnot Street Extension
      Werribee VIC 3030
      Melways map 205 K8

       

      WAYAPERRI HOUSE
      106 Duncans Road
      Werribee VIC 3030
      Melways map 206 B9

      ABOUT WYNDHAM CEC

       

      Wyndham Community & Education Centre Inc. (Wyndham CEC) offers quality community programs and education opportunities to the local community.

      Founded over 40 years ago, Wyndham CEC is one of Victoria’s largest Adult & Community Education providers and a leader in supporting people and communities to make positive changes for their future.