Australians urged to ‘shop around’ for a flu jab after spike in demand
Australians hoping to get a flu shot are having to shop around after a spike in demand linked to coronavirus fears.
The Federal Government urged people to have their flu shots in April with more than 3 million doses administered already.
President of the Australian Medical Association Dr Tony Bartone told Gareth Parker on Mornings most GPs should have access to more.
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