Bendigo Health expects more COVID-19 vaccine doses to become available in the coming weeks as Australian production increases.
The health service confirmed on Wednesday morning that so far it had delivered 7,300 vaccine doses as part of the national rollout.
Aged care residents and health workers were the first to receive a vaccine.
"We've so far given 7,300 shots," Bendigo Health chairman Bob Cameron said. "We know that the supply is picking up - we expect it to pick up pretty rapidly now that AstraZeneca is being made in large numbers in Australia.
"So we're not too worried about supply. There might be an issue there for a few weeks, but realistically supply isn't going to be an issue."
On Tuesday, emergency services workers from Bendigo started getting their jabs.
"What we do as emergency services workers exposes us to all sorts of risks anyway," Natalie Stanway from the State Emergency Service said.
"While COVID is relatively under control in Victoria at the moment, it is a genuine risk.
"It is something we can do - getting a vaccine - to protect ourselves from that risk so we can continue to service our communities the way they need to be served."
Sergeant Mick McCrann was also among those to be vaccinated on Tuesday morning.
"I can see the value in it in terms of overall community health and I think it's part of our duty to do that." he said.
"The peace of mind is that I may also potentially be a carrier [of the virus] and I wouldn't want to cause somebody else to be unwell.
"So I look at it from that point of view as my responsibility."
The Bendigo Fire Brigade's captain Ian Ellis said he would be encouraging fellow CFA members to get their vaccination.
"It's quite easy to do so I will be sending out an email to all my volunteers to make an appointment [urging them] to go and actually get it done.
"It's a great opportunity to do it and make our community safe."
Mr Cameron said all emergency services workers were now being invited in to Bendigo Health to get their vaccine.
He acknowledged there was a level of caution in the community about the jabs, but said demand for vaccines was strong.
He also foreshadowed an announcement would be made in the near future about a mass community vaccination hub for Bendigo.
The hubs are now operating at Geelong and Ballarat.
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