Queenslanders aged 40-49 will start lining up for the Pfizer vaccine from the end of July when 14 new community vaccination hubs open statewide.
People in that age bracket are next in line for access to coronavirus jabs, and must get the Pfizer vaccine due to rare blood clotting risks associated with the AstraZeneca jab.
Health Minister Yvette D'Ath says the 14 new community vaccination hubs will be operating by the time July draws to a close, in the southeast, central, north and far north Queensland.
They will add to the four already in operation at Mackay, Bundaberg, Maryborough and Hervey Bay.
The expansion follows federal government commitments to increase vaccine supply.
Members of the general public aged 40-49 can now go online and register. They will get an alert when a community hub opens in their area.
"It is our intention to move to mass vaccination centres in the last quarter of the year as we get those large volumes of Pfizer," Ms D'Ath told reporters on Monday.
Meanwhile, Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and Chief Health Officer Jeannette Young say they've now had their flu shots and will front up for their coronavirus shots in the next fortnight.
Dr Young says she's over 50 so she'll be getting the AstraZeneca vaccine, despite earlier indicating she would get the Pfizer.
The premier says she's "happy with either" AstraZeneca or Pfizer, whatever her doctor recommends.
They revealed their plans after Ms D'Ath said earlier this month that the government would surrender AstraZeneca doses to GPs and instead prioritise administering Pfizer.
The state government has also ruled out using any excess AstraZeneca doses at mass vaccination hubs like those operating in Sydney and Melbourne, instead opting for the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines.
Ms Palaszczuk said she had no concerns about the AstraZeneca shot, but would take the advice of her GP on which vaccine was best for her, in light of possible travel to Tokyo.
"I encourage everyone - get your flu shots and then go and get your COVID vaccine," she told reporters.