GPs to receive more coronavirus vaccine

Clinics with low volumes of vaccine at present will get triple the supply, up from 50 to 150 doses a week, says the Federal Government.

GPs are to get a boost in coronavirus vaccine supply in the coming weeks in a bid to ramp up the behind-schedule rollout, the Federal Government has announced.

Clinics with low volumes of supply at present will have access tripled from 50 to 150 doses a week, while higher-capacity GPs are set to have doubled allocations.

GPs with medium and high capacities will have access to between 400 and 800 doses a week, up from 100-400.

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