Doctors blindsided by sudden change warn that Scott Morrison’s comments do not accord with expert advice
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Some doctors are telling young Australians to cancel their Covid-19 vaccine bookings and warning AstraZeneca will not be given to those aged under 40 because Scott Morrison’s comments on Monday do not accord with expert medical advice.
The prime minister blindsided doctors with yet another change to the government’s approach to AstraZeneca on Monday night, allowing those under the age of 40 to volunteer for the vaccine at GP clinics.
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