UP to 100 Pfizer walk-in appointments have become available at Bendigo Health's Community Vaccination Clinic.
The walk-in appointments will be available for all eligible people until Monday.
The Pfizer vaccine is currently available to anyone aged between 40 and 59.
It is only available for eligible people aged 16 to 39, such as hotel quarantine and border workers; household contacts of hotel quarantine and border workers; healthcare workers; aged care staff; residents and disability care staff; and those who are vulnerable and at high risk of contracting or developing serious illness from COVID-19. A full list can be found here.
Astra Zeneca walk-ins are also available for anyone aged 60 and above.
Walk-up appointments at the Bendigo Health COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic were put on hold back on June 17 after shortage concerns.
However, after a decision on June 18 to limit Astra-Zeneca to those over 60, the service received surplus of the vaccine from the federal government. The vaccine was due to expire at the end of the month.
At the end of June that's when Bendigo Health threw out about 500 expired AstraZeneca vaccine doses.
The vaccine rollout continues and on Thursday there were 17,000 vaccine administered across the state.
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