Suspected anti-vaxxers have been making bogus Covid-19 vaccination bookings in one of the least protected areas of the country, RNZ reports. A spate of fake bookings in Tairāwhiti over the past few days, including in the lead up to Super Saturday, means the Pfizer doses, which spoiled easily, would go to waste. And people who had made a decision to get immunised may struggle to get a booking. Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners president Sam Murton said anti-vaxxers were entitled to their own view but had no right to take away other people’s choice to get vaccinated.
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