Coronavirus vaccinations in remote Northern Territory Indigenous communities are likely to be delayed despite the federal government’s rollout reset.
Territory health workers hit the ground running with the AstraZeneca vaccine in early March, but deadly blood clot fears slowed the program.
Authorities are now recalibrating their plans with hopes they can use the Pfizer vaccine to immunise communities before the next wet season starts in November, but supply could be an issue.
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