Testing for COVID-19
About testing for COVID-19. Who should get tested, how to get tested, testing criteria, and what to do if you get a positive or negative COVID-19 test result.
Across South Australia, there are a range of ways for eligible people to get vaccinated.
To ensure all South Australians have access to the COVID-19 vaccine, clinics have been established across all regional, rural, and metropolitan areas.
In metropolitan Adelaide, there are four SA Health COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics:
Many new clinics have been established in regional areas, and are vaccinating people 16 years and older. Find a regional COVID-19 vaccination clinic.
General practices are critical partners in Australia’s COVID-19 Vaccine National Rollout Strategy. They will provide COVID-19 immunisation coverage for their local populations.
General practices are now vaccinated all people aged 50 years and over.
Use the Eligibility Checker to find a GP near you.
Most Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Controlled Health Services (ACCHS) are participating in the vaccination program. ACCHS are providing culturally safe vaccinations for regular clients as well as to others in the community.
More information is available on the Information for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people page.