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The Far West LHD Media Unit is responsible for all media inquiries and interviews with Far West LHD staff members. The Unit regularly advises on major public health issues and disease outbreaks, through media releases, media conferences and, sometimes, special telephone hotlines.

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The Media Officer for Far West LHD is Branko Licul on 0411 119 592 or email branko.licul@health.nsw.gov.au

The Media Unit is the primary point of contact for news organisations. All media enquiries must come through the Media Unit in the first instance. This includes:

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Staff are not permitted to speak to journalists or representatives of media organisations without the knowledge or permission of the Media Officer.

An On-Call Media Officer is available after normal business hours to assist media with urgent enquiries. This is organised on a roster basis and the correct person to contact is available via a voicemail message on 0411 119 592.





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24 May 2022

Pop Up Covid-19 Vaccination Clinic At Agfair

The Far West Local Health District will be operating a pop up COVID-19 vaccination clinic at Agfair.

The pop up clinic will be offering Pfizer, Moderna and Paediatric Pfizer to anyone aged 5 years and over and will be in the Rotary Pavilion on both days of Agfair.

“People will be able to get their COVID-19 vaccination shot or booster shot,” said Olivia Sice, COVID-19 Clinical Coordinator, for Far West LHD.

“Everyone is welcome to attend for their vaccination at the pop up clinic, especially those who live on properties’ she said.

No appointment is necessary but anyone aged 16 and below will need their guardian’s consent. Also, anyone who has been diagnosed with COVID-19 is not able to get a vaccination shot until at least 12 weeks after being cleared.

The pop up vaccination clinic will be operating Friday from 9am to 4pm and Saturday from 9am to 1pm.

“Our staff are also more than happy to provide education and information about COVID-19 vaccinations,” said Mrs Sice.

The public are advised that the COVID-19 vaccination clinic at the Coles Complex will be closed on Friday and Saturday (27-28 May) due to staff being at Agfair. The clinic will remain closed for Saturday’s after this weekend, with hours being Monday to Friday 9am to 4pm only.