Pfizer vaccines opened up to 16-39-year-olds from late August
The federal government has opened up the eligibility to allow 16- to 39-year-olds to receive the Pfizer COVID-19 jab.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison said they hoped the vaccine will be available for that age group August 30.
“Now I want to stress, do not make a booking yet, we will advise when bookings can be made, it’s not today.”
He said there were some 8.6 million Australians in that age cohort.
Image: Nine News