SA considers flu jabs for 10-year-olds

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South Australian pharmacists may be authorised to provide influenza vaccinations to children as young as 10 The Marshall Government says it is considering regulation changes to allow accredited pharmacists to administer the vaccines to more children. In South Australia, the current regulations require a child to be at least 16 years old to receive their

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