Vaccine booking website causes confusion with some regional Australians told to head interstate

Vaccine booking website causes confusion with some regional Australians told to head interstate

The Guardian

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People in Port Hedland told closest clinic is a six-hour drive away in Broome without noting closer options will soon be available

The government’s Covid-19 vaccination booking website is telling regional Australians they will need to travel hundreds of kilometres, in some cases across state borders, to receive their dose , despite much closer options expected to be available within weeks.

The errors have prompted doctors to urge the Morrison government to improve communication about where the vaccine is available in rural areas.

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