Queensland health authorities have announced there will be six coronavirus vaccination hubs set up across the state once the Federal Government makes supplies of the Pfizer jab available.
- There will initially be six locations across the state where people can get the vaccine
- Quarantine hotel and healthcare workers will be the first to get the jab
- There will not be a wider rollout until the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine becomes available
Health authorities are optimistic the vaccine will begin to be rolled out to priority groups from the end of next month.
The news follows Queensland recording another day of no locally acquired cases. One new infection from overseas was detected in hotel quarantine and recorded overnight.
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