Nearly everyone can be vaccinated with one or other of the COVID-19 vaccines, with blanket medical contraindication exceptionally rare, Sydney immunologist Professor Graeme Stewart suggests.

Although GPs report increasing demand to provide exemptions as vaccination is mandated for an increasing number of public-facing professions, Professor

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