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  •   Home > News > Education

    Claims our vaccine supply isn't secure enough

    Claims our vaccine supply isn't secure enough


    The College of General Practitioners says New Zealand needs to make its own Covid-19 vaccines.

    It says we can't be dependent on overseas supply chains, which could leave us high and dry.

    Medical Director Bryan Betty says we need to get a move on.

    He says we could make the vaccines here and the government should start investigating.

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