There will be at least two more weeks until the first phase of Wimmera health and frontline workers can be vaccinated, the Wimmera Health Care Group said.
Acting chief executive officer Maree Woodhouse said the Grampians Public Health Unit have the responsibility to lead the vaccine rollout across the Grampians region.
"Wimmera Health Care Group along with East Grampians Health Service have been nominated as sub hubs to support this work," she said.
"WHCG has planning well under way with local partner health services and council participating in the planning."
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Vaccines will not commence before March 15.
Grampians Public Health Unit will be responsible for the vaccination of resident in public sector residential aged care facilities across the region, which will commence this week in Ballarat.
Ms Woodhouse said WHCG is "proud to have a lead role to support Grampians Public Health Unit in the roll out of the vaccination program for this end of the region."
WHCG had a planning meeting on Monday, March 1, with Edenhope, Rural Northwest Health and West Wimmera Health Service.
"Each health have a number of immunisers undertaking the mandated training to be ready to start the vaccination program after March 15," Ms Woodhouse said.
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