Tasmanians aged between 12 and 15 become eligible for COVID vaccinations on Monday, and clinics remain at the ready to take on the task.
Bookings were opened to the 12 to 15 age group after vaccines were approved for use by the Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation.
More than 508,000 doses have been shot into Tasmanian arms since the jabs were made available in February.
State run clinics have been responsible for 136,000 first doses and 108,000 second doses, with the Commonwealth having provided the rest.
The figures mean more than 66 per cent of eligible Tasmanians have now had their first dose, while 48.5 per cent have received their second.
Figures provided by the Tasmanian Health Department show vaccinations show no sign of slowing down any time soon.
The figures showed there were about 75,000 forward bookings for state community vaccination clinics, with 38,000 of them for the first dose. Of the 75,000, about 4700 are for people aged under 18.
The numbers do not include appointments booked into GPs and respiratory clinics.
Alongside vaccinations, use of the Check-In Tas App remained steady.
A spokesperson for the government said there continued to be high numbers of people using the app across the state.
"We are very pleased with how businesses and the community have adopted Check in TAS. There have been 40,938,031 check-ins across 30,419 venues until 9 September 2021. We are now seeing more than 650,000 check-ins each weekday," they said.
Check-ins hit a significant milestone last week when the 40 millionth QR code scan occurred at Banjos in St Helens.
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