New Australian vaccine data shows more jabs given to inner city residents in NSW, than those hardest hit by latest outbreak
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Suburbs in south-west and western Sydney under the harshest lockdown conditions have the lowest Covid vaccination rates in New South Wales, while northern parts of the city have the highest number of immunised residents.
In south-west Sydney, including the suburb of Fairfield which was the first area to have tighter restrictions imposed, just 33.1% of residents over the age of 15 have received their first dose – the lowest amount in the state. Just under 15% of residents have received both doses.
Read the original article at The Guardian