Co-chair of ATAGI explains why they recommended raising the age for AstraZeneca | 7.30

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    Associate Professor Christopher Blyth is a co-chair of the Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation (ATAGI) – the body who advised the government to raise the recommended age for the AstraZeneca vaccine to over 60s.

    He speaks to Leigh Sales about the decision.

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