An MP has said a mass vaccination centre in Wales has been forced to shut 'because of supply issues'. Chris Bryant, who represents Rhondda in Wales, claimed that shortages of the Pfizer vaccine "for the next two or three weeks" have forced the move.
Officials say it will not affect people who are due their second dose of the lifesaving jab. It is understood other vaccine centres in Wales will be operating at a reduced capacity due to "a planned and expected" change in supplies.
Mr Bryant wrote on Facebook: "It's a shame that the lack of supply of the Pfizer vaccine for the next two or three weeks means that the mass vaccination centre is going to have to close temporarily." He added: "It will be up and running very soon and I'm pushingRead more on mirror.co.uk