COVID-19 vaccine clinic re-opens at Jimboomba Community and District Hall

A pop-up COVID-19 vaccination clinic is again open at Jimboomba.

The facility, at the Jimboomba Community and District Hall, will open from Thursday-Sunday, until December 19.

Jabs: Jimboomba Community and District Hall will re-open as a COVID-19 vaccine clinic.

Jabs: Jimboomba Community and District Hall will re-open as a COVID-19 vaccine clinic.

On Thursdays and Fridays, the clinic will be open from 11.30am-5.30pm.

It is open from 9.30am-3.30pm on weekends.

Residents are told to bring photo ID, information about any vaccine you have received in the past 14 days, and information about any COVID-19 vaccine received.

The vaccine clinic had originally opened in October, and was back operating again.

Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said she looked forward to working with the federal government, a day after claiming it wanted to "give Queenslanders COVID for Christmas".

She struck a conciliatory note on Thursday after a six-day feud over who would fork out for the PCR tests needed by fully vaccinated domestic travellers to enter Queensland once 80 per cent of residents are fully vaccinated.

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