South Australia’s Premier, a health worker, a hotel guard and a police officer are among the first in the state to receive the coronavirus vaccine.
- Health authorities expect to administer more than 1,700 doses this week
- Premier Steven Marshall says the more people vaccinated, the safer SA will be
- Hundreds of people gathered for a rally in Adelaide opposing the vaccine on Saturday
A total of 4,000 doses of the Pfizer vaccine have been distributed between the Royal Adelaide Hospital and Flinders Medical Centre, after arriving in Adelaide on a commercial flight from Sydney yesterday.
Premier Steven Marshall was the first to receive the vaccine, while Health Minster Stephen Wade, SA’s Chief Public Health Officer Nicola Spurrier and SA…