Month: September 2021

Murrindindi vaccination rate needs to improve – 27 September data

Murrindindi vaccination rate needs to improve – 27 September data

THE Australian Department of Health has provided updated data regarding the vaccination rates by local government area. The data is based on the Medicare address of the vaccine recipient, and relates to the data as at September 27. The new data was released after the current edition of the newspaper went to print. The following […]

Yea Medical Centre closes as a precaution

Yea Medical Centre closes as a precaution

ON Sunday, September 26, it was announced that there was an active case of COVID-19 in postcode 3717. Postcode 3717 includes Yea, Flowerdale, Ghin Ghin, Glenburn, Homewood, Killingworth, Limestone and Murrindindi. As of Monday, September 27, no exposure sites had been listed in the area. In recent weeks, there have also been three cases in […]

Murrindindi’s vaccination rate

Murrindindi’s vaccination rate

THE Australian Department of Health has provided updated data regarding the vaccination rates by local government area. The data is based on the Medicare address of the vaccine recipient, and relates to the data as at September 13. The new data was released after the current edition of the newspaper went to print. The following […]

Murrindindi vaccination rates too low

Murrindindi vaccination rates too low

MURRINDINDI is falling behind in the vaccination race, likely due to limited availability in the early stages of the vaccine rollout. Compared to our neighbouring shires, Murrindindi has the third lowest percentage of first dose vaccinations. The Federal Health Department provided the following data, based on Medicare address. As at Sept 5: MURRINDINDI: First dose […]

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