GPs have been told there'll be a shortage of Covid-19 vaccines for the over-70s next week.
It'll affect practices who are due to get a delivery of jabs for the 70 to 74 age group, and administer their first doses.
It'll delay the programme by two weeks, as the shortfall won't be made up until the week of April 26th.
Meanwhile, GPs were also told last night the one-dose Johnson and Johnson vaccine will mainly be used on homeless people, Travellers and drug-addicts in April and May.
It won't be available to GPs until at least June, due to the small supplies arriving in the next three months.