We finally have an idea of when Australia’s COVID-19 vaccine will be rolled out to us.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced yesterday that they hope to have the vaccine available mid-February for front line workers in border control and hotel quarantine.
Those who are not in high risk groups like people aged under 50 may get the jab mid year, after aged care workers and the elderly have received theirs.
A lot of us will be able to get vaccine from respiratory clinics established by the federal government or GP surgeries.
The vaccine will be voluntary but it may be made mandatory in some workplaces.
Also the vaccine will be free for every Australian and patients should not be charged GP fees to get the jab.
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