The opening date of the region's vaccination centre at the former Sam's Warehouse site in Warrnambool is still unknown.
It comes as South West Healthcare's clinicians have been busy getting up to date on the latest advice regarding the AstraZeneca vaccine.
Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation provided new advice on Thursday night about the rollout of the AstraZeneca vaccine, saying it was recommended it should only be given to people over 50.
The new recommendation comes following several patients in Europe and the UK being diagnosed with rare blood clotting conditions in the days after they received the first dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine.
"Our clinicians are working through the latest guidance, which was released on Thursday night, in relation to AstraZeneca and will ensure any future vaccine rollout complies with that advice," a South West Healthcare spokeswoman said.
The opening date for the city's vaccination centre is still unknown.
"At this stage no advice has been received on when vaccines will be available to commence the comprehensive community vaccination program," the spokeswoman said.
"When the supply of vaccines for the community program becomes available, opening times and booking arrangements will be announced via SWH internet, SWH Facebook page, and all local media outlets."
Meanwhile, the new advice has not affected the roll out of the vaccine at the Great South Coast Respiratory Clinic.
Director of projects and integrated primary care Sue Fleming said the clinic had been flooded with expressions of interest. She said the change of advice would not affect the roll out, with staff offering the first appointments to people over 50.
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