PREMIER Gladys Berejiklian is encouraging New South Wales residents aged between 40 and 49 to register to receive the Pfizer vaccine “as soon as possible.”
“The vaccine rollout is key if we want to open up our borders and live a normal life, that is why we are working hard to rollout the vaccine as quickly and as safely as possible,” Ms Berejiklian said.
Those aged between 40 and 49 can register for the Pfizer vaccine via: nsw.gov.au/ and will be contacted when a booking is available.
Health Minister Brad Hazzard said there will be additional Pfizer regional and rural clinics available to receive bookings for registered 40 to 49 year olds in the coming weeks.
“I encourage all who are eligible to get a vaccination as soon as possible as getting the jab builds our line of defence against this extremely dangerous virus,” Mr Hazzard said.
People aged over 50 can book the AstraZeneca vaccine via: covid-vaccine.healthdirect.gov.au/eligibility, with additional NSW Health AstraZeneca clinics available for bookings from May 24.