A Special Electors Meeting to discuss vaccination mandates in the Town of Port Hedland which was due to be held last week has been postponed to next month. The meeting, which was postponed at the request of the petitioners, was scheduled for March 24 but will now be held on April 12 at 5:30pm at the Civic Centre Gardens. A council spokesperson said the agenda for the meeting would be put on the council website once the petitioners have finalised and submitted their motion, which will be at least 72 hours before the meeting. The meeting means the Town of Port Hedland will join a several local government areas across the state which have held a Special Electors Meetings to discuss the current vaccination mandates, including the cities of Fremantle, Kalgoorlie-Boulder and Busselton. The Pilbara is currently still the least vaccinated region in WA, with the East Pilbara sitting at 67.9 per cent first dose and 64.9 double-dose vaccinated.