More pharmacist jabs criticised as ‘gambling’ with children’s health

Pharmacists call for vaccine harmonisation, as doctors slam new regulations enabling pharmacists to vaccinate children aged two and up The Australian Medical Association has attacked an announcement by the Queensland government which will see pharmacists vaccinating children aged two and older, as well as delivering vaccines in more settings, including in GP practices, aged care

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