‘It’s a circus’: Guardian Australia readers on trying to get Covid vaccinations for their chil …

its a circus guardian australia readers on trying to get covid vaccinations for their children

Sumary of ‘It’s a circus’: Guardian Australia readers on trying to get Covid vaccinations for their children:

  • As daily Omicron case numbers skyrocket, and parents anticipate sending children back to school, the federal government has promised enough vaccine supply for all children to access a first dose by early February.
  • Children aged five to 11 are now eligible for the new Pfizer paediatric formula.
  • However, both clinics and families seeking the jab have reported widespread disruptions.
  • With booking systems glitching across NSW, and some clinics still waiting on deliveries of doses, families have reported a frantic search for vaccine appointments at state government clinics or general practitioners.
  • Guardian Australia asked readers to share their experience of trying to get children vaccinated.

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