Queensland Health Minister warns state is running short of Pfizer COVID vaccines | 7NEWS

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Queensland’s Health Minister warns we’re running short of Pfizer vaccine doses, after the Federal Government refused a request to increase supplies.

Australia’s next shipment of Pfizer won’t arrive until October, but Yvette D’Ath claims some vaccination sites will run out on Monday.

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