The Royal Flying Doctor Service South Eastern Section's (RFDSSE) current COVID-19 vaccination campaign is targeting communities in the grip of the Delta strain.
They include Wilcannia where a funeral earlier this month may be to blame for a rising number of active cases.
Fourteen were diagnosed in the town in the 24 hours to 8pm on Monday.
On Friday afternoon, general manager of the RFDSSE's health service Jenny Beach told of the likes of Wilcannia and Walgett getting more attention from its staff along with other health service providers including Aboriginal medical services and the Western and Far West local health districts.
"I think what everyone has done with these outbreaks is to focus their attention on those communities and the other communities that are around them," she said.
"That's what we should be doing too because we really have to get people vaccinated."
In late May the RFDS made a public commitment to vaccinating about 30,000 people in 80 rural and remote communities in Australia including Ivanhoe, Menindee, Tibooburra, Wilcannia and White Cliffs.
The federal government was providing "80,000 or more" vaccine doses for the national campaign, Ms Beach said.
She said in NSW the jabs got underway in late June.
"We are giving vaccinations out of both Dubbo and Broken Hill (bases), Ms Beach said.
"We've given well over 4000 but we have received a lot more vaccines since then."
The general manager said the spread of Delta had required the RFDSSE to help more communities than initially intended.
"We are now moving to administer vaccines in parts of Western NSW as well as the Far West," Ms Beach said.
"The number of communities is growing every day.
"We go to a community and we might stay a day or a week there and then we go back in three weeks time to do the second doses."
Ms Beach said the RFDSSE was working with Aboriginal medical services in administering the Pfizer jab.
"They take you to communities and that helps to build that engagement, understanding and trust," she said.
The general manager said there was less vaccine hesitancy since Delta arrived.
"There's just huge numbers of people ready to get vaccinated," Ms Beach said.
She hopes the Flying Doctors will be able to give two jabs to all the willing recipients it encounters by the end of the year if not sooner.
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