More than 600 local residents remain unvaccinated
MORE 600 Toodyay residents are estimated to have no vaccine protection against the global Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic.
A further 1100 local people are estimated to have only partial protection.
National public health figures published on November 28 for 137 WA local government areas ranked Toodyay as having the 16th lowest record for fully vaccinated residents.
No figures were available for a further 49 WA country shires and towns.
The State Government says borders will remain shut until 90 per cent of West Australians are fully vaccinated.
WA will then move from excluding the virus to allowing community transmission within the state, including in Toodyay.Read more
Overall, 70 per cent of Toodyay residents were reported to be fully vaccinated, with 82.7 per cent having received their first shot.
Another 44 people were fully vaccinated at a two-day free pop-up clinic in Toodyay Memorial Hall at the start of this month.
Country vaccination rates are reported to be generally lower than city rates.
Nedlands topped the local government list with 95 per cent fully vaccinated, followed by Cambridge 92.9 and Claremont 92.3.
In regional WA, only Mingenew had a higher rate of 94.8 per cent fully vaccinated.
The Pilbara had Australia’s lowest fully vaccinated rate of about 37 per cent.