A Super Sunday vaccination blitz has been organised for this Sunday for all police, fire and emergency services personnel who live or work in LGAs of concern.
Eligible workers can log in and book a priority Pfizer vaccination appointment for tomorrow (Sunday 5 September 2021).
Minister for Police and Emergency Services David Elliott said police and emergency workers have been in the frontline of the COVID battle for more than 20 months and eligible workers need to come forward.
“While there has been a very high take-up of vaccination by workers in these services, there are still some in the LGAs of concern who need to be vaccinated and I’d strongly urge anyone eligible to log on and book your place for Super Sunday,” Mr Elliott said.
“This is your opportunity to get your vaccination and ensure you, your family, your work colleagues and your clients are protected.”
Only police, fire, and emergency service workers who live or work in the LGAs of concern are eligible. Tomorrow’s Super Sunday is also open to healthcare, hospital and aged-care workers. Workers from all agencies must be 16 years or above.
Emergency services workers and volunteers from organisations including the NSW Rural Fire Service, NSW SES, Fire and Rescue NSW, Marine Rescue NSW, Surf Life Saving NSW, and VRA Rescue NSW are encouraged to come forward for vaccination.
The LGAs are: Bayside, Blacktown, Burwood, Camden, Campbelltown, Canterbury-Bankstown, Cumberland, Fairfield, Georges River, Liverpool, Parramatta, Penrith, Strathfield, Randwick suburb (2031).
Proof of occupation (ID card or letter from employer) is required at the appointment to demonstrate eligibility.
Participating vaccination hubs are located at Sydney Olympic Park, Bankstown, Macquarie Fields, and Prairiewood; booking links can be found on the webpage: https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19/health-and-wellbeing/covid-19-vaccination-nsw/emergency-services-super-sunday