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New South Wales will ‘maximise’ Pfizer doses for ‘critical cohorts’

Premier of New South Wales, Gladys Beregikrian, said the state will use limited doses of Pfizer to vaccinate the

Premier of New South Wales, Gladys Beregikrian, said the state will use limited doses of Pfizer to vaccinate the “significant cohorts” that it needs most. “There was already a plan given Pfizer that could be used to ensure delivery, especially to some important cohorts in southwest and west Sydney,” she said. Bellezi Klean said the plan did not cause “major confusion in bookings” and that any adult could get an AstraZeneca jab. “We know that most of the bookings currently in the system are already from people in western Sydney and southwestern Sydney,” said Gladys Beregicrian, Premier of New South Wales. He states that he will use a limited dose of Pfizer to vaccinate the “important cohort” that he needs most. “There was already a plan given Pfizer that could be used to ensure delivery, especially to some important cohorts in southwest and west Sydney,” she said. Bellezi Klean said the plan did not cause “major confusion in bookings” and that any adult could get an AstraZeneca jab. “We know that most of the bookings currently in the system are already from people in western Sydney and southwestern Sydney.”

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