Tens of thousands of Australians have been vaccinated, but that’s well short of targets, so will you still get your dose by October?
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Australia received its first delivery of Covid-19 vaccines on 15 February, and has begun the mammoth task of immunising every willing adult in the country.
However the vaccine rollout has already fallen behind goals the government set itself, with just over 105,000 doses administered as of 10 March – tens of thousands of doses short of even the more modest benchmarks set.
Read the original article at The Guardian