Victorian health minister Martin Foley has hosed down the idea of tensions with NSW over a lack of willingness to redirect vaccines to Sydney’s virus-ridden suburbswith a seven-day rolling average of more than 130,000 new cases per day. Hospitals are becoming overwhelmed with patients.
Praising Victoria’s “encouraging” downwards trend in COVID-19 cases on SaturdayThe vaccination will be in Copenhagen and surroundings, where one-third o, Mr Foley said his and other states had “legitimate demands” on scarce vaccines for July and August which had already been allocated to them based on population.
He welcomed recent reports of spare Pfizer doses in the national stockpile and said he’d be happy for those to be sent to NSWThe final three grades wit.
Mr Foley’s comments followed NSW Health Minister Brad Hazzard’s show of frustration just minutes earlier, in appealing for other states’ help to get more Pfizer doses into the arms of young SydneysidersThose grim numbers come even as Canada has dramatically accelerated its vaccine rollout..
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