September 30, 2022

NSW to host ‘Super Sunday’ vaccine drive for hospitality workers

As New South Wales gears-up to re-open a week earlier than expected on Monday (Oct 11), the group at NSW Health are hosting a Super Sunday vaccination drive for hospitality workers this weekend.

Accor Pacific CEO, Simon McGrath, welcomed the move ahead of restrictions reducing on Monday.

” Accor are happy to support Hospitality Super Sunday, making vaccination choice readily available to the market and their households is important to opening Australia,” he told HM.

Preferential Pfizer vaccinations will be readily available from 11 areas including Sydney Olympic Park and numerous local areas, and the relocation has the support of both the personal and public sectors.

Accor Pacific Chief Executive Officer, Simon McGrath

All of crucial areas and important details are available on the NSW Health site.

” Im very grateful to my colleagues at NSW Health for putting on a Super Sunday for Hospitality at this vital point, assisting to get jabs into arms for the hospos throughout NSW who are itching to return to work.”

The states 24-Hour Economy Commissioner, Michael Rodrigues, said it has been a long road for the hospitality and tourism sector in New South Wales and people are keen to return to work.


” Reopening after a prolonged lockdown will bring numerous difficulties for operators in the tourism and hospitality sector, primary amongst them discovering vaccinated staff,” he informed HM.

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