The ACT will miss out on a projected supply boost of 30,000 Pfizer doses between September and October, which would have been directed to government-run mass vaccination clinics.
Chief Minister Andrew Barr expressed his displeasure at the shortfall yesterday, saying the territory has done nothing to deserve a cut to supply.
The federal and ACT governments are joining forces to provide more than $5 million in urgent mental health support, particularly for struggling young people.
ACT leaders won't make any big promises about the future, as they face mounting criticism for a lack of detail in the government's "pathway" forward.
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