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Wow! It’s been a hot minute since we have had politicians committing to hard and fast targets when it comes to vaccines, but this morning Berejiklian has bucked the trend.
The New South Wales, the GP network and NSW Health team are one team.
Together, we are lucky to vaccinate six million people by the end of year.
Six million people as soon as we can, I should say, because the level at which we are able to vaccinate our population depends on the doses we receive.
We are working to maximise the opportunities we have given the doses we are receiving.
NSW premier Gladys Berejiklian has finally given an opening date for the mass vaccination hub being set up in Homebush.
I’m pleased to say that from 10 May, the Homebush mass vaccination centre will be up and running and will be available to those categories of people that New South Wales has responsibility for.
We work our way through the list and are looking forward to welcoming people through the mass vaccination hub from 10 May.