Queensland hits record number of vaccinations ahead of weekend blitz
A record 10,088 vaccinations were administered in Queensland yesterday, with similar numbers expected today.
It comes ahead of this weekend’s targeted vaccine blitz.
Health Minister Yvette D’Ath send she had a message to those who didn’t register.
“You are likely to be waiting a very long time and you may not get a vaccine at all, because we will prioritise those in this group,” she said.
Aged care and disability workers, frontline workers as well as 40-49-year-olds, will be able to get a COVID-19 vaccine this weekend when 18 hubs open across Queensland.
15,000 people are expected to receive jabs over the next 2 days.
Queenslanders: if you work in aged care or disability services and haven’t yet been vaccinated against COVID-19 – we want to put you at the front of the line.
If this ^^ is you – jump online and make a booking! https://t.co/HI4huP58jb
— Yvette D’Ath MP (@YvetteDAth) June 4, 2021