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Doctor stood down after administering incorrect dose of COVID-19 vaccine to aged care residents – Brisbane Times

The aged care provider that runs the facility where the incident occurred said they will also report the doctor to the medical regulator.



People are meant to get two doses of the Pfizer vaccine three weeks apart, but Mr Hunt said hes been advised the doctor in question administered both doses of the vaccine consecutively. He then acknowledged reports the residents received four doses of the vaccine could be accurate.
A nurse noticed the issue and stepped in immediately.
The nurse on the scene stepped in and I want to thank her for her strength of character, and her professionalism, Mr Hunt said.
The doctor had been hired by Healthcare…

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