Aucklanders may be able to get their Covid-19 vaccinations at a drive through, if the tricky logistics can be sorted, RNZ reports. Some doctors are pushing to get the drive-throughs up and running soonest. According to Papakura GP and roll-out advisor Rawiri Jansen, drive-throughs had worked well for flu vaccines and could be done for Covid-19 as well. The vaccination required a 20-minute observation period afterwards to check for uncommon side effects, like fainting, or a very rare allergic reaction.
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