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COVID-19 vaccine – When? And how will it work for seniors?

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The rollout of the Pfizer vaccine begins in mid- to late February and will be given first to workers dealing with international arrivals or quarantine facilities, frontline health workers and those living in aged care or with a disability.

The first vaccine doses were initially planned for March, but the rollout has been brought forward, pending the Therapeutic Goods Administration’s approval of the Pfizer vaccine, anticipated by the end of January.

While the Pfizer vaccine will be first, because of the initial availability of supplies, most Australians will end up receiving the AstraZeneca vaccine, which is being made in Melbourne.

To read the full article, please visit the National Seniors Australia website.



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Unknown Author, 2021, National Seniors Australia (https://nationalseniors.com.au/)

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