The coronavirus vaccine is a hot-button topic right now, as vaccines roll out across the world and parents begin to consider getting the whole family vaccinated.
Yesterday, Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced that the Government will roll out the coronavirus vaccine in Australia from mid to late February, which feels very close. But what do we know about the efficacy of the vaccine? Is it safe for immunocompromised children? Should pregnant women get it?
Associate Professor Paul Griffin is the Director of Infectious Diseases at Mater Health in Queensland. He breaks down what we know about the coronavirus vaccine and what it means for families with young children.