Getting the jab

Which Australians are getting their influenza vaccination in pharmacies, and why? New research provides some answers  Despite new policies allowing pharmacists around Australia to administer influenza vaccines, most Australian adults are still vaccinated in medical settings, new research has confirmed. A survey of 1,444 adults, undertaken in October 2019, has found that almost three-quarters (73%)

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