The good news is that NSW recorded no new cases in the last two days of COVID 19 testing. It is also all set to establish its second mass vaccination centre in the Hunter Region, in the former Bunnings Warehouse site in Belmont. The transformation to a mass vaccination facility will take approximately six weeks and is expected to be open in mid July.
NSW Premier Gladys Berjeklian stated in a media briefing two days ago that:
“Our mass vaccination centre at Sydney Olympic Park has been a huge success, vaccinating more than 5,000 people a day already,” Ms Berejiklian said.
“We are planning to replicate that model in the Hunter region, so we can quickly and safely vaccinate as many people as possible across NSW.”
The Centre will administer both the Pfizer and AstraZeneca vaccine, with bookings required.
Victoria and Queensland also recorded no new cases from the tests conducted in the last two days.
In the meantime, Prime Miniter Scott Morrison is optimistic to setting up a travel bubble with Singapore. He met with Singapore leader Lee Hsien Loong overnight. Mr Morrison made the stopover in Singapore on his way to the G7 Summit be held in Cornwall, UK.