Three general practices are registered to administer the COVID-19 jab in Armidale, with vaccinations beginning on Monday.
The list released by the NSW Health outlines the service providers where the jab is available, for those eligible in the first phase of the rollout.
Armidale Medical Centre, UNE Medical Centre and West Armidale Medical Centre are on that list.
In Inverell St Elmo Practice, MacIntyre Medical Centre and Drs B and Thatcher Medical Practice will have stores of the shots.
Associate Medical Practice and Moree Respiratory Clinic are the clinics for Moree.
The Goondiwindi Medical Centre and Grafton's Ochre Health Medical, will also be administering the jab.
Glen Innes and Tenterfield have no practice on the list.
The vaccination will be in these clinics as of Monday next week, and MP Barnaby Joyce has encouraged New England residents to book in to get the jab, like he has.
The vaccinations will start to be administered from next Monday, as part of Phase 1B of Australia's COVID-19 vaccine program.
Invitations to get vaccinated will be sent out to eligible staff in stages, according to NSW Health.
Those eligible include frontline, aged and disabled care staff, followed by the elderly, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, those with underlying health conditions, and critical and high risk workers such as emergency services and meat workers.
For more information, click here.
Our journalists work hard to provide local, up-to-date news to the community. This is how you can access our trusted content: