The nc government says there will be no new vaccines for kids under five years old until the end of 2019.
But the department has not said when the next round of vaccine development will be.
It has also not said what the timetable for the next batch will be, but in the meantime parents and carers will have to be patient.
In the meantime, people in Sydney’s north-east are taking to social media to complain that the government is not doing enough to vaccine children and that the vaccine-injecting machine is too noisy.
“I am sick and tired of seeing children coughing and sneezing on the street with no vaccine, when they are in the right place at the right time to get vaccinated,” said one user.
The nc said it was working with a number of local health departments to get the latest data on vaccinations.
NHS Commissioner Shane Patton said the nc’s vaccination figures were based on a “small sample size” and there were no plans to revise the figures.
Health minister Andrew Pringle said: “We are continuing to work with our health professionals to ensure vaccines are delivered on time and in sufficient quantity.”
We are also ensuring that vaccinations for those children under 5 years old are delivered safely and on schedule, ensuring they are not missed.
“The minister said a range of local authorities would also be able share information about their vaccination schedules.
There are more than 2.2 million people aged 5 and under living in Sydney, according to census figures.