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States and territories were told at national cabinet their allocations of Pfizer will fall from 10.9m in September to 8.4m in October.
The leaked figures, seen by Guardian Australia, substantiate concerns that there is a reduction of Pfizer supply in the critical month that New South Wales and Victoria intend to reach the 70% vaccination target and push towards further reopening at 80%.
In Queensland, from 2.15m to 1.68m
In Western Australia, from 1.14m to 859,000
In South Australia from 774,000 to 544,000
In Tasmania from 287,000 to 201,000
In the Australia Capital Territory from 218,000 to 156,000; and
In the Northern Territory from 154,000 to 100,000
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