Regional Health Minister Dr David Gillespie says the growing clusters in NSW’s west and far west are of “concern” but extra resources have been brought in to combat COVID-19.

“We got so many extra resources in there, both the state systems with the hubs in Walgett and in Dubbo,” Dr Gillespie told Sky News host Chris Smith.

“The extra drive through clinics, we’ve got the Royal Flying Doctor Service that’s been active for weeks bringing in extra supplies, we’ve got extra GPs, another 5,800 doses across existing and expanding GP clinics.

“They’re all being covered as quickly as possible, some of them have already had people in place and expanding over 3,000 vaccines in those little, small towns.”

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