Almost every postcode in the Illawarra has seen at least 80 per cent of residents aged 15 and over receive a COVID-19 vaccine shot, with most above 90 per cent.
The only exceptions are the postcodes of 2500 and 2502, which sit between 70 and 79 per cent.
Kiama, Jamberoo and Wollongong's northern suburbs continue to lead the charge on full vaccination, with the postcodes of 2508, 2515, 2516 and 2533 boasting double dose rates of between 70 and 79 per cent.
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Hospitality workers awaiting their shot can receive a Pfizer dose on Sunday, October 10 when the Illawarra Shoalhaven Mass Vaccination Centre in Wollongong's Crown Street Mall offers them walk-in appointments.
A walk-in Pfizer clinic will operate at the centre every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday from 8.30am to 4pm.
Meanwhile, vaccination clinic at 5-8 Memorial Drive in Shellharbour will offer AstraZeneca walk-in shots each Tuesday and Thursday from 9.30am to 3pm, while Pfizer doses will be available each Wednesday and Friday from 10am to 2pm.
Pharmacies across the Illawarra continue to offer AstraZeneca and Moderna shots.
The Illawarra Shoalhaven LHD has added another 48 locally acquired COVID cases to its tally.
They included 38 Wollongong residents, six Shellharbour residents and four people from Shoalhaven, who all tested positive for the virus in the 24 hours to 8pm Thursday.
In NSW there were 646 new locally acquired COVID cases, and the deaths of another 11 people.
They bring the number of people who have died during this outbreak to 414.
There are 856 COVID patients in hospital, including 42 in the Illawarra Shoalhaven.