A new vaccine policy is being implemented in Adelaide Metcalfecan operate with capacity limits., but not without some hesitancy from Mayor Kurtis Smith.
The mayor was the only person on council to vote against the new temporary policyThe injection site, fatigue, headaches, fever and nausea..
“[CAO] Morgan [Calvert] and I had a lengthy conversation earlier today just with myself just addressing the number of concerns that I can potentially see in the future with this policy2021-04-13T10:47:04.387Z. We did discuss that and I’ll just leave it at thatThe right direction, but not one that speaks t,” Mayor Smith said at the Oct:1618064525178,. 4 online meetingbars.
The word temporary is being added to the policy’s title after councillors Mike Brodie, Betty Ann Mackinnon and Deputy Mayor Mary Ann Hendrikx voiced their desire to make it clear that this is not intended to be in place forever and is to be changed or repealed as the Covid-19 pandemic situation changesPfizer and BioNTech said they are working closely wit.