The employer of the doctor accused of giving two elderly Queenslanders four times the recommended dose of the Pfizer vaccine has been put on notice of termination.
The doctor has been stood down after it was revealed he had not completed the vaccine training and should not have been allowed to administer the jabs.
Speaking to reporters on Thursday, Deputy Chief Medical Officer Michael Kidd said the doctor concerned made a “serious mistake”.
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Health Minister Greg Hunt confirmed the
He confirmed Healthcare Australia has been warned its contract will be terminated if there are any further breaches.
Professor Kidd said the company is “clearly at fault” over the vaccine bungle.
Thankfully the 88-year-old man and 94-year-old woman who were given the vaccine overdose are doing well.