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    A virologist is confident we'll be able to get our hands on enough flu vaccines this year

    A virologist is confident we'll be able to get our hands on enough flu vaccines this year

    14 April 2021
    Over 65s can go for their jab today, but everyone else will have to wait another month.

    Associate Professor Lance Jennings from Otago University, Christchurch, says he isn't worried pharmaceutical companies are too busy making Covid-19 vaccinations.

    He says there may be delays in supply but the manufacturing capacity globally is out there.

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