Murrumbidgee Local Health District is taking mobile clinics to southern NSW from this week to vaccinate healthcare staff.
Chief executive Jill Ludford said outreach would take place where MLHD had hospitals.
"We've already started our vaccination of the health care workers and Monday we'll start our outreach clinics," she said.
"We'll be out in Holbrook and towns around the border in the coming days to vaccinate the healthcare workers in our facilities.
"We start by vaccinating those who are most at risk - those who work in the emergency departments and who work in looking after aged care residents.
"We'll also do paramedics in the town."
Ms Ludford told The Border Mail AstraZeneca vaccines would be used.
"It's much easier logistically to move around than the Pfizer, which requires that minus-70 degrees storage," she said.
"Also, the Australian government has given us enough volume to do that."
Ms Ludford said general practices would deliver vaccines for the wider population.
"There's been fantastic take-up by the general practices in the Murrumbidgee region," she said.
"They will have the ability to vaccinate the broader population.
"It's really important that we encourage as many people as possible to get vaccinated, because COVID-19 is with us forever."
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