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Indigenous vaccination gap grows as NSW outbreak claims seven Aboriginal lives

Federal health minister Greg Hunt has been criticised for claiming the lagging rollout is about ‘hesitation’ rather than access

More than 3,000 Indigenous Australians have been infected with Covid-19 in New South Wales since the June outbreak, as lagging vaccination rates take their toll.

Seven Indigenous people have died in the NSW outbreak and there are currently 872 active cases, according to statistics sourced from the NSW health department.

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