GPs to prepare for earlier start to COVID-19 vax

Aussies are now set to receive coronavirus vaccinations in February but the AMA's Dr Chris Moy says there are still many details to be addressed
Australian Associated Press
AMA vice president Dr Chris Moy.

GPs could be giving COVID-19 vaccinations as early as February, amid warnings from the AMA against taking shortcuts in delivering the program.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison said he’d been advised that TGA approval for the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine could be completed by the end of January, clearing the way for a mid-February start.