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Walk-in vaccination centres set to open for Victorians over 70 – The New Daily

People aged over 70 will be able to get vaccinated at Victorian vaccine hubs without an appointment from Wednesday as the state ramps up its rollout.

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Victorians aged over 70 will be able to show up to a vaccine centre and get jabbed without an appointment from Wednesday, as the state prepares to scale up its rollout.
The AstraZeneca vaccine will be available to Victorians in groups 1a and 1b at the Royal Exhibition Building, the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, and the former Ford factory in Geelong.
Anyone over the age of 70 can show up with or without a booking.
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