A disability advocate says information on when the Pfizer vaccine will be available for young people living with a disability in regional Western Australia is virtually non-existent.
Access to the Pfizer vaccine has become more critical for vulnerable members of the community given new health advice about the alternative AstraZeneca jab.
Ben Aldridge, who runs disability awareness and education business 30 Foot Drop, is a quadriplegic and is eligible for the Pfizer vaccine.
But he still has no idea when he’ll be able to get it.
Mr Aldridge said he has been checking the booking website constantly and calling local doctors with no luck.
“It has been highly difficult to get any information or timeline on it at all,” he said.
“It has been quite worrying as somebody with a disability that affects my lung function.