On Sunday 21 February 2021, Prime Minister Scott Morrison, Chief Medical Officer Paul Kelly and Chief Nursing Officer Alison McMillan were among the first to receive their first shot of the two-dose Pfizer vaccine. By the end of March, it is anticipated that 4 million Australians will have received the first dose of the vaccine at more than 1000 sites across the nation. Flying squads of nurses are travelling around the country to deliver the vaccine to aged care and elderly residents. Deputy Chief Medical Officer Michael Kidd said, “Today is a real milestone in our collective response to tackle COVID-19 and bring things as rapidly under control as we can”. The priority groups have been identified using public health, medical and epidemiological evidence.
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