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UK authorities will give under-30s Pfizer or Moderna COVID vaccine jabs after new AstraZeneca findings. Will Australia follow suit? – ABC News

Telling young people they should avoid the AstraZeneca vaccine has the potential to undermine trust in the entire program, writes Europe correspondent Nick Dole….

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Australian health regulators must now decide whether young people should be given the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine, after UK authorities decided that under-30s should be given alternative jabs.
Overnight, the UK’s Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) recommended that Pfizer or Moderna jabs be offered to the under-30s due to a very low risk of blood clots they believe could be connected to the AstraZeneca product.
While they weren’t certain of a link, they said the evidence was “firming…

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