Requests for information on the number of staff members and residents at Lyndoch Living who have had a COVID-19 vaccine have fallen on deaf ears.
The Standard first made the request for information to Lyndoch Living, Mercy Place and South West Healthcare on Monday.
Responses were received by South West Healthcare and Mercy Place before the end of the business day, but further requests for information on Lyndoch Living on Tuesday were not answered.
A South West Healthcare spokeswoman said the majority of staff had received their first vaccination.
"The vast majority of our South West Healthcare workforce has had their first vaccination, at least 1380 staff or in excess of 80 percent," she said.
"Since this latest lockdown, demand at our South West Healthcare Warrnambool Vaccination Centre has more than doubled, from approximately 140 people per day earlier last week to 360 on Monday."
A Mercy Health spokesman said the majority of staff had received a vaccination.
"Mercy Health has actively encouraged its residential aged care staff across its network of homes to be vaccinated," he said.
"Earlier this year we approached the federal government and offered to use our own clinical workforce to vaccinate our residents and staff. The government ultimately chose not to take up the offer, preferring to use its own workforce."
Member for South West Coast Roma Britnell said it was disappointing Lyndoch Living would not provide information on vaccinations.
"The virus has been linked to aged care in Melbourne again and people rightly want to know if our most vulnerable people and the people working with them have some level of protection through the vaccine," Ms Britnell said.
"I think transparency is the key here - not necessarily exact numbers, but just some information about the rollout in these settings and how progressed it is.
"Having that information removes any speculation and fear that may be allowed to grow in the community if information is not forthcoming."
Ms Britnell said it was important people who were working in vulnerable settings got vaccinated as quickly as possible.
However, it was disappointing the state government's "blitz" didn't have a priority vaccination site for aged and disability care workers past Ballarat, she said.
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