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Under-40s can ask their GP for an AstraZeneca shot. What's changed? What are the risks? Are there benefits?

By Nicholas Wood, Associate Professor, Discipline of Childhood and Adolescent Health, University of Sydney
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While Pfizer is still the preferred vaccine for under 40s, those who don't want to wait can now talk to their GP about getting an AstraZeneca shot. But what risks and benefits do you need to weigh up?

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