A major hub, capable of vaccinating 30,000 residents a week, will be set up in Sydney’s west as the state looks to jab more than 60,000 people every week.
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian made the announcement on Wednesday and said the hub would be established in Homebush.
She confirmed even after the state reached the designated 300,000 vaccinations that the federal government asked it to take care of, health officials would continue using the hub.
“We will be able to do around 60,000 vaccinations a week. Half will be done at Homebush and…