An Auckland vaccination centre may cut the number of days it operates unless it gets more vaccinators, RNZ reports. Each nurse at the Ōtara site delivers about 100 injections a day at the centre which runs seven days a week. Those in charge said they urgently need more vaccinators to prevent nurses getting exhausted, and to keep up the momentum of the great community response. Meanwhile, the ministry will conduct a pilot training programme for non-regulated vaccinators in June, ready for the second half of the year when they are most needed.
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