GPs fear shortfall of kids' COVID-19 vaccines

With the rollout starting on Monday, doctors says the Federal Government needs to ensure supplies for individual practices are adequate

This story has been updated with a response from the federal Department of Health.

Associate Professor Charlotte Hespe.
Associate Professor Charlotte Hespe.

GPs are calling for a rethink on the allocation of COVID-19 vaccines for 5-11-year-olds as some fear being swamped by demand next week.

More than two million children will be eligible for vaccination with Comirnaty from Monday,