A pop-up vaccination hub targeting Aboriginal people and members of their households will operate at Sutherland this weekend.
The hub, at Stapleton Avenue Community Centre, Sutherland, will operate from 10am to 4pm on Saturday, September 18, and Sunday, September 19
Aboriginal people and their household members aged 12 and over can come along to get the Pfizer jab.
It is one of a number of pop-up vaccination hubs being operated by South Eastern Sydney Local Health District to ensure vulnerable members of the community have easy access to the jab.
Pop-up, walk-in clinics have begun operating from this week, with priority given to people from vulnerable groups. No appointment is necessary.
Caringbah Senior Citizens Centre hosted a walk-in AstraZeneca vaccination clinic for anyone aged 18 and over earlier this week.
SESLHD chief executive Tobi Wilson told the Leader earlier this week that vaccinating the vulnerable population was a priority of both NSW Chief Health Officer Kerry Chant and the SESLHD.
"What we are planning on doing is having pop-up clinics that go into some of these areas for a week and target everyone in the community who is vulnerable, then go back in three weeks and do it all again," Mr Wilson said.
"That way they do not have to worry about how they can get there and having to make an appointment. They can just walk across and get it."
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