Survey: Will you administer the AstraZeneca vax to young Aussies?

With GPs facing another change in the vaccine rollout, we ask if you think it will work

Another major change has hit the national COVID-19 vaccine rollout.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison declared on Monday night anyone under the age of 60 – and even those under 40 – can now approach their GP and request the AstraZeneca vaccine.

The suggestion is being made despite ATAGI advice that says the Pfizer vaccine is preferred in those aged under 60 because of the risks of thrombosis with thrombocytopenia syndrome in younger age cohorts.

Will the plan work? Take our survey: