In the race to be the leading COVID-19 vaccinated Local Government Area (LGA) Upper Hunter Shire is still leading the way with 88.9% of its residents having received a first does and 59.0% now fully vaccinated.
In the Singleton LGA we have reached 79.9% first dose, and 42.4% their second dose.
For Muswellbrook ,now subject to a seven day snap lockdown from Tuesday September 28 at 6:00pm, they have recorded 74.9% first dose, and 39.5% second dose.
Neighbouring Dungog LGA has 83.5% with their first dose, and 53.2% being fully vaccinated. Member for Upper Hunter Dave Layzell predicts the LGAs in his seat will reach the magical 80% fully vaccinated in four weeks.
Since Saturday September 26 Singleton LGA has recorded five new COVID-19 cases. Two exposure sites : Anytime Fitness on: - Wednesday, September 22, from 9.20am - 10.55am. Singleton Council Administration Building on: - Friday September 24, from 8am - 4.30pm.
Singleton residents have their second walk-in vaccination clinic this Sunday, October 3 from 9:00am-1:00pm at the Civic Centre.
The vaccinations available are:
Walk in clinic for AstraZeneca no appointment necessary
Ticketed clinic for Pfizer
Clinic is for people aged 16 years and over
Medicare Holders ONLY
Medicare card and identification are required on the day
WHO CAN RECEIVE A VACCINE ON THE DAY?
Pfizer: 16+ years and Singleton LGA residents
AstraZeneca: 16+ years
You MUST NOT attend if:
You are waiting on a COVID-19 test result; You are a CONFIRMED close contact of a CONFIRMED positive COVID-19 case; If you are unwell. If you have any COVID-19 symptoms, get tested and isolate until you receive a negative test result.
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