Territory kids aged 12 and over will now officially be able to get the COVID-19 jab.
Vaccine bookings are now open to kids aged 12-15 across the Territory including in Greater Darwin.
It comes as bookings for this age group have already been opened for kids in the Katherine, Alice Springs and Tennant Creek regions.
Health Minister Natasha Fyles said from next month, students will also be able to receive the COVID-19 vaccine as a part of the school immunisation program.
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She also said pop up vaccine clinics will be made available in Nhulunbuy, with remote community kids being able to receive the jab through the remote vaccine rollout.
This week, NT Health vaccination staff will be visiting remote communities including Elliott, Minjilang, Papunya, and Wadeye to distribute the vaccine.
"The Territory Labor Government has been working hard to deliver the vaccine to kids over the age of 12 and from next month we will be able to deliver the vaccine through the school system," Ms Fyles said.
"School nurses are working with school principals to develop an individual program for each school and this will be communicated to parents and students once finalised.
"It has never been easier to book a vaccine appointment in the Top End with the Darwin COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic surging and a new COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic opening in Palmerston next week."
The Territory is leading the way with vaccination, 61.3 per cent of Territorians have received their first dose and 41.5 per cent are fully vaccinated.
.In remote communities, 51 per cent of people have received their first dose and 32 per cent have received their second dose.
Vaccine bookings can be made online via https://coronavirus.nt.gov.au/