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‘It sucks’: how parts of NSW’s northern rivers reluctantly got vaccinated

The drive to get the population vaccinated is gathering momentum despite the issue dividing families and straining friendships

It’s fair to say the people in the northern rivers of New South Wales generally do not like being told what to do by the government.

In a region with a free-thinking, anti-authoritarian reputation, and a long history of anti-vaccination sentiment, the requirement to get the Covid jab for work or leisure purposes was never going to find a warm welcome.

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