Armidale Hospital has now come on board after it was announced last month that Tamworth Hospital is a vaccination site for all eligible people to get the Pfizer vaccine.
In May, the NSW Government announced it was "accelerating" the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine, with 25 Pfizer sites across the state taking bookings.
The announcement said these sites, spread across greater Sydney and rural and regional NSW, aim to ensure as many people as possible have access to the vaccine.
Armidale Hospital started administering the vaccine last week.
The opening of the Armidale Hospital clinic comes after a COVID scare spread throughout the region following the stopover by a COVD-19 carrier in Moree earlier this month.
It also coincided with the news that the AstraZeneca vaccine was no longer to be used on those aged under 60 unless it was a follow-up shot to complete a previous vaccination injection.
Anemergency meeting of national cabinetwas called on Monday to discuss Australia's troubled vaccine rollout.
Lieutenant General John Frewen, who is in charge of logistics for the vaccine rollout, briefed national cabinet.He urged the community to pull together and get vaccinated when eligible.
A spokesperson for Hunter New England Health said NSW Health continues to vaccinate eligible people in the priority groups set out by the Federal Government.
Appointments can be booked through the eligibility checker on the Commonwealth Department of Health website: https://covid-vaccine.healthdirect.gov.au/eligibility
People will be contacted when a booking becomes available.
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