WA premier Mark McGowan says waiting to lift restrictions until the state achieves 90% vaccination coverage of people aged 12 and above will save lives
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Western Australia will wait until as late as early-February to reopen its interstate borders in a move the premier says will save 200 lives.
Unveiling the state’s long-awaited border transition plan on Friday, premier Mark McGowan did not set a specific reopening date but said controls would be eased once the state achieved 90% vaccination for people aged 12 and above.
Read the original article at The Guardian