New figures show 17.5 per cent of people aged 15 and over on the Mid-North Coast are fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
The figure stands at 45.5 per cent of Mid-North Coast residents aged 15 and over when it comes to those who have received "at least" one vaccine dose.
The data is drawn from the federal government's Operation COVID Shield geographic vaccination rates as at August 1.
Coffs Harbour-Grafton to the north has 41.7 per cent of people aged 15 and over with at least one vaccine dose and 14.6 per cent aged 15 or over having received their second jab.
For the New England and North West, 38.2 per cent of people aged 15 and over had at least one vaccine dose with 15.1 per cent fully vaccinated.
In comparison, just over half of those aged 15 and over had at least their first vaccine dose in the Southern Highlands and Shoalhaven region, 34.1 per cent in the Far West and Orana, 37.5 per cent in the Hunter Valley excluding Newcastle and 39.7 per cent in the Richmond/Tweed area.
The report lists the percentage of people aged 15 and over by state and territory who have been vaccinated against COVID-19.
The figures are further broken down by geographic areas including 28 regions across NSW.
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