NSW Health recently apologised for an “error” which saw over 160 Year 12 students from the prestigious Sydney school St Joseph’s College receive their first jab of the Pfizer vaccine. Amid revelations on Tuesday the year 12 students at St Joseph’s College in Hunters Hill received their first dose of the Pfizer jab back in May, health officials admitted it happened as an “error”. In a statement seen by NCA NewsWire, St Joseph’s school principal Ross Tarlinton said NSW Health approved the administration of the vaccines through Sydney Local Health District. Four per cent of St Joseph’s students are Indigenous. “160 private school students being vaccinated before there‘s even A PLAN to vaccinate public school teachers is the most NSW Government thing I’ve ever heard,” he wrote on Twitter.