Toodyay seniors to get first local Covid jabs

Local registered nurse Elaine (above left) and nurse practitioner Sue have undergone special training and are now formally certified to start vaccinating Toodyay residents.

By Michael Sinclair-Jones

TOODYAY is expected to start getting its first free Covid-19 shots at the end of this month.

First in line at the Alma Beard Medical Centre will be local residents aged 70 or older, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people aged 55 or older.

Wheatbelt Health Network CEO Dr Harry Randhawa said he expected significant demand for the new life-saving vaccine.

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