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Australia has hospital departments ready to vaccinate people with disabilities. Why aren’t we being used? – The Guardian

Vaccinating people living with a disability against Covid is difficult, but our rehabilitation medicine departments are ready to step up. Let us help

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OpinionVaccinating people living with a disability against Covid is difficult, but our rehabilitation medicine departments are ready to step up. Let us help
Last week a colleague was treating Sharon*, who had just had a brain injury, in a major teaching hospital in New South Wales. Her rehabilitation was progressing well, when her family announced that she had to leave the hospital for her booked vaccination with her GP. She needed transport, and a public bus was out of the question. Already confused…

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