Victoria sees its first pharmacist-administered jab


PSA Victorian Branch President Ben Marchant administers the first vaccination by a pharmacist to new grandma Kathleen Philip in Melbourne today watched on by Victorian Health Minister Jill Hennessy MP.
PSA Victorian Branch President Ben Marchant administers the first vaccination by a pharmacist to new grandma Kathleen Philip in Melbourne, watched on by Victorian Health Minister Jill Hennessy MP.
The first pharmacist-administered vaccination in Victoria has been welcomed as an important public health boost by the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia. In a healthcare milestone, the first patient in Victoria was vaccinated for pertussis today by PSA Victorian Branch President Ben Marchant at Spiro Koutsis Pharmacy in Melbourne, supported by the Victorian Health Minister Jill

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