Last week, the Federal Government announced that adjustments will be made to the national vaccination rollout plans because of concerns over the AstraZeneca’s links to a very rare blood clotting disorder.
The vaccine will no longer be recommended as the first choice to be given to those under 50.
What does this change mean for you and, more broadly, what do you need to know about how to get vaccinated?
Dr Karen Price, President of the Royal Australian College of GPs and a practising Victorian GP
Paul Griffin, Director of Infectious Diseases at Mater Health Services and Associate Professor of Medicine, University of Queensland