IN FULL: PM says NSW will not receive extra Pfizer vaccines, but will speed up delivery | ABC News

New South Wales will not receive any additional doses of the Pfizer vaccine, but the state will speed up the delivery of first doses.

The Premier Gladys Berejiklian asked National Cabinet to “refocus” the vaccine strategy but the other leaders rejected her request for more supplies.

Instead, Prime Minister Scott Morrison says NSW will administer more first doses of Pfizer, by increasing the time between the two jabs from three to six weeks.

Australia hits another record high for vaccinations.

“Another record day, almost 200,000 vaccines delivered in one day,” Prime Minister Scott Morrison said.

“This program goes from strength to strength each and every day now.

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