A Sydney GP says Australian vaccination clinics have faced transparency and supply issues in their bid to help protect the country against Covid-19.
The Commonwealth-funded, GP-led vaccination clinics are part of Australia's vaccine rollout.
So far, more than 1.6 million doses of the vaccine have been delivered across Australia. That's a far cry from that government's initial target of vaccinating four million people by the end of March.
As New Zealand's Ministry of Health works through the details of how GP clinics will be used in our own vaccine rollout, reporter Tess Brunton and videographer Simon Rogers visited a GP-led vaccination clinic in Sydney to find out how it's working there.