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Covid-19: Flu vaccine delays add pressure as GPs ramp up for Pfizer vaccine – Stuff.co.nz

Those aged under-65s face a month-long delay for flu jab due to manufacturing issues.

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Flu vaccinations, delayed by manufacturing issues, will add pressure to general practices as they ramp up to administer Covid-19 vaccinations to the public from July, doctors say.
New Zealand has low levels of flu but the opening of the trans-Tasman bubble could bring the virus in while a month-long delay to the flu schedule would create a crunch for general practices who are ramping up to administer the Pfizer vaccine, as well as childhood vaccinations, doctors say.
GP Larry Jordan, who is also…

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