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It’s not enough to cross our fingers and hope Australians gets vaccinated. We have to go where people are | Sarah Simons

As an emergency doctor, I seize every opportunity to talk to my vulnerable patients about why a Covid vaccine will save their life

After a rocky start to the vaccination rollout, Australians are finally and fortunately catching up to the rest of the world and getting immunised.

Although the end of lockdown is in sight, there’s still a way to go, especially given lower vaccination rates among marginalised and poorer communities who are not only more likely to get Covid-19 but are also at an increased risk of a bad outcome and death if they are infected by the virus.

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