A large number of Victorian VCE students have received their first vaccination, it was revealed on Sunday.
Victoria's COVID Response deputy secretary Naomi Bromley said a number of students had used the dedicated helpline to book a vaccination.
"If you are a year 12 student or a year 11 student doing 3 and 4 subjects, get yourself vaccinated in time for your exam period," Ms Bromley said.
The state government also announced pop-up vaccination clinics would be opened in 100 postcodes.
Premier Daniel Andrews said the roll-out of these clinics would be staged.
It was revealed no V/Line services would run on Sunday after two more staff members were diagnosed with COVID-19 on Saturday.
Mr Andrews said there had been 400,000 vaccinations administered this week.
He urged people who had not received their first dose to make an appointment.
"There are 7000 pfizer first dose appointments that are vacant over the next week and 11,000 first dose astra zeneca appointments across the state," Mr Andrews said.
"Please go online, make an appointment and turn up."
Mr Andrews said the fact that none of the people in hospital on a ventilator had received two doses of a vaccine was proof they worked.
"The key point here is that getting vaccinated works," he said.
Mr Andrews said he believed the target of 70 per cent of Victorians having received a first dose of vaccine by September 23 was on track.
Access for people aged as young as 12 will be opened up across the state on Monday.
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