Walk-up appointments at the Bendigo Health COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic for the AstraZeneca and Pfizer vaccinations remain on hold.
It comes as Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt confirmed the Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation (ATAGI) has recommended a change in advice after a second Australian, a 52-year-old woman, died after developing a rare case of blood clots associated with the vaccine.
A Bendigo Health spokesperson said all current vaccine appointments will continued to be honoured.
"Bendigo Health and our regional partners are continuing to administer a record number of COVID-19 vaccine doses to the Loddon Mallee region every week, with 35,000 doses given so far," they said.
"Demand for vaccinations is high and we strongly encourage people to book their vaccination."
Bendigo Health referred questions about changes to the AstraZeneca age recommendations to the state's health department.
The Loddon Mallee Community can register their interest for the COVID-19 Vaccine here or call the Victorian coronavirus hotline to register.
If you have registered your interest for the vaccine, you will be emailed a link to book an appointment when you are eligible and appointments are available.
People who have booked to be vaccinated at the COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic will be vaccinated, and everyone who has had a first dose of either vaccine will receive their second dose.
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