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One of the priorities for Gunnedah's future in the Draft Gunnedah Shire Economic Development Strategy is working towards a processing precinct and abattoir.
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Vaccination Update 💪💉
Our Shire's protection against COVID-19 is continuing to rise. As of September 5, 62.9% of eligible Gunnedah Shire residents have had at least one dose of a vaccine, compared to the NSW average of 74%.
You can contact your GP practice or pharmacy to make a booking, or attend a vaccination clinic.
🏥 There are several upcoming AstraZeneca vaccination clinics throughout Gunnedah Shire run by Hunter New England Health:
📍 Curlewis - Saturday 11 September, 9am
📍 Tambar Springs – Saturday 18 September, 10am
📍 Carroll – Saturday 25 September, 9am
📍 Rural Health Centre, Gunnedah – Saturday 16 October, 10am
📍 Curlewis – Saturday 23 October, 9am
📍 Tambar Springs – Saturday 30 October, 10am
📍 Carroll – Saturday 6 November, 9am
Bookings for all clinics are essential. To book, contact Gunnedah Hospital on 6741 8000 on weekdays between 8am and 4pm.
✈️ The Royal Flying Doctor Service are also hosting pop-up Pfizer clinics for residents 12 years and over on the following dates:
📍 Gunnedah Showground - Monday September 13, 9:30am to 4pm
📍 Gunnedah Showground - Tuesday September 14, 9:30am to 4pm
📍 Gunnedah Showground – Wednesday September 15, 9:30am to 4pm
📍 Mullaley Hall – Thursday September 16, 10am to 4pm
📍 Curlewis Hall – Thursday September 17, 10am to 4pm
Bookings are not required for these clinics. Residents should bring their Medicare card, a hat and sunscreen. ... See MoreSee Less
Timeline PhotosThis weekend may bring up tough emotions for some people. If you're worried about someone, reach out to let them know you're thinking of them and want to support them in any way you can.
For tips to help you support someone, visit: www.ruok.org.au/supporting-someone-on-fathers-day #ruok ... See MoreSee Less
Results have come back Negative 🙌🙌Sewage Testing Update 💩🔬 Saturday 4th September 2021.
Gunnedah's sewage was retested on Wednesday 1st September. We are pleased to confirm that the results have come back negative for any COVID-19 fragments.
It is however is again a reminder that we need to stay vigilant and continue to get tested even with the slightest of symptoms.
You can view the sewage surveillance detection data here: bit.ly/3ks5ItD ... See MoreSee Less