Regional towns doing ‘exceptionally well’ with high vaccination rates: Barilaro

NSW Deputy Premier John Barilaro says the high vaccination rates shows regional areas are doing "exceptionally well".

"In Kiama, we're now up to 40 per cent double dose, 68 per cent single dose," Mr Barilaro said. 

"In Eurobodalla, 39 per cent double dose, 73.7 single dose.

"And Wingecarribee, 38.7 per cent double dose and 65 per cent single dose."

Mr Barilaro said the "biggest mover" was Kyogle, which went from only having 28.8 per cent of single doses up to 60.7 per cent doses. 

"A call out to the regions, not only get tested in those areas of concern, but go out and get vaccinated."

NSW Deputy Premier John Barilaro says the high vaccination rates shows regional areas are doing “exceptionally well”.

“In Kiama, we’re now up to 40 per cent double dose, 68 per cent single dose,” Mr Barilaro said.

“In Eurobodalla, 39 per cent double dose, 73.7 single dose.

“And Wingecarribee, 38.7 per cent double dose and 65 per cent single dose.”

Mr Barilaro said the “biggest mover” was Kyogle, which went from only having 28.8 per cent of single doses up to 60.7 per cent doses.

“A call out to the regions, not only get tested in those areas of concern, but go out and get vaccinated.”
NSW Deputy Premier John Barilaro says the high vaccination rates shows regional areas are doing “exceptionally well”.

“In Kiama, we’re now up to 40 per cent double dose, 68 per cent single dose,” Mr Barilaro said.

“In Eurobodalla, 39 per cent double dose, 73.7 single dose.

“And Wingecarribee, 38.7 per cent double dose and 65 per cent single dose.”

Mr Barilaro said the “biggest mover” was Kyogle, which went from only having 28.8 per cent of single doses up to 60.7 per cent doses.

“A call out to the regions, not only get tested in those areas of concern, but go out and get vaccinated.”

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