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AMA seeks to allay fears of flu-vaccine shortage in Victoria

The Australia Medical Association has sought to allay fears of a flu-vaccine shortage.

It follows concerns a gathering number of new strains could lead to a pandemic similar to the Spanish Flu, which killed more than 50 million people in 1918-19.

Neil Mitchell has received several messages from worried pensioners, saying they were unable to get their injection.

Lorraine Baker, Victorian President of the AMA, said there had been a ‘logistical issue’ and it should be resolved by next week.

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