A COVID-19 vaccination clinic administering Pfizer doses will open at South Launceston on Tuesday.
Health Minister Jeremy Rockliff said the new clinic will be capable of vaccinating 400 people daily which puts it in line with the state's highest-volume clinics.
The new clinic coincides with a broadening of eligibility for the Pfizer vaccine to Tasmanians in the 30 to 39 year age group.
Mr Rockliff said Tasmanians aged between 30 to 59 who had not yet been vaccinated with the first dose of a vaccine were urged to book in for a Pfizer vaccine.
"If anyone in this age group has had an AztraZeneca first dose, please make sure you get your second jab of AstraZeneca for maximum protection," he said.
The new clinic will be open between 9am and 5pm at the Door of Hope Christian Church building on Glen Dhu Street.
Mr Rockliff said no date had been set for the clinic's closure at this stage.
"Our aim is to get as many Tasmanians vaccinated as soon as possible," he said.
"Outbreaks of the highly-contagious Delta strain in mainland states further underlines the need for Tasmanians to get vaccinated."
The state government has partnered with Moreton Group Medical Services to deliver vaccinations at common gathering points for the state's homeless population.
Mr Rockliff said the homeless were being targeted through clinics on the street, visits to caravan parks, and through collaboration with the Communities Department, the Salvation Army and the Doorways emergency relief programs.
"Moreton Group Medical Services has been delivering these vaccinations for the past 15 weeks and has so far delivered more than 400 vaccine doses," he said.
"We have also run more than 60 clinics in different locations across the state, including specialist clinics for NDIS participants and carers and aged care workers, tourism and hospitality eligible workers, meat processing and priority emergency service workers."
Meanwhile, the state's Health Department on Monday put a call-out for more nurses to join up with Tasmania's vaccination program rollout.
Tasmanian COVID-19 vaccine operations commander Dale Webster said enrolled nurses had now been approved to join the vaccination team amongst registered nurses, paramedics, pharmacists and doctors.
He said enrolled nurses would be required to work at least one eight-hour shift each week at one of the state's clinics.
"Tasmania is after ENs to answer the call," Mr Webster said.
"Our rollout program leads the nation and our success is built on the professionalism of our valued vaccinators.
"We are doing everything we can to get as many Tasmanians vaccinated as quickly as possible."
Vaccinators need to have completed the online Australian COVID Vax Learning Program and have current statements of proficiency in CPR and anaphylaxis.
Applications and enquiries can be made via email at Tasvaxrecruitment@health.tas.gov.au or by calling 0467 207 638.
Appointments to vaccination clinics can be made by the Public Health Hotline 1800 671 738 or online via the government's coronavirus website.