Providing COVID-19 vaccination status
As directed by current NSW Public Health Orders, it is mandatory for all adults (16+ years old) to be fully vaccinated to enter Willoughby Leisure Centre until 1 December, 2021. Unvaccinated children (under 16 years old) may enter when accompanied by a fully vaccinated adult.
Please note, proof of vaccination or a valid COVID-19 vaccine medical contraindication form (as per NSW Health) is required at time of entry.
How to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination status
Add your COVID-19 digital certificate to the Service NSW app
You can now add your COVID-19 digital certificate to the Service NSW app. This will allow you to quickly check-in and show proof of vaccination wherever it’s required.
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Other methods of providing proof of vaccination
There are 2 other ways to show proof of your vaccinations:
More information is available on the Services Australia website.
Online if you are eligible for Medicare
You can download your COVID-19 digital certificate and immunisation history statement using:
Online If you are not eligible for Medicare
You will need an Individual Healthcare Identifier (IHI) to get your proof online if you are not eligible for Medicare.
If you don't already have an IHI, you can apply for one and link it using the Individual Healthcare Identifiers service (IHI service) through myGov.
To do this, sign in to myGov then:
- Select Services or Link your first service.
- Select Individual Healthcare Identifiers service and then follow the prompts.
For more information, visit the Services Australia website.
If you can’t get proof of your vaccination online
If you can’t get proof online, your vaccination provider can print your immunisation history statement or COVID-19 digital certificate for you.
You can also call the Australian Immunisation Register on 1800 653 809 (8am to 5pm, Monday to Friday) and ask for your statement or certificate to be posted to you. It can take up to 14 days for your statement or certificate to arrive in the post.
If you need an interpreter, please call the Telephone Interpreter Service (TIS) on 131 450
If you can't be vaccinated for medical reasons
If you’re unable to be vaccinated because of a medical contraindication (which means a person should not receive a certain medicine because it may be harmful to them), you will need to get a vaccine medical contraindication form signed by your doctor and carry it with you.