Bendigo Health will be not accepting any walk-in appointments for the AstraZeneca and Pfizer vaccine over the long weekend.
If residents have a booked appointment over the long weekend, those appointments will not change.
On Friday, over 20,000 vaccines were administered across Victoria.
Since the commencement of the vaccine rollout in February at state clinics, Health Minister Martin Foley said over 770,000 doses have been administered.
He said of those over 350,000 were for the first doses of Pfizer, over 91,000 were second doses of Pfizer, over 320,000 doses were first doses of AstraZeneca and almost 10,000 were second doses of AstraZeneca.
Mr Foley said everyday for the past three weeks, Victorians have stepped forward to receive their first dose of the Pfizer vaccine.
Victoria has recorded one new locally acquired case overnight with another three recorded in hotel quarantine.
The Health Department said the new locally acquired case was notified to the department late Friday with investigations underway into the acquisition source.
In order to secure an appointment at Bendigo Health, please register for the vaccine here.
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