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How many people in Australia have been vaccinated against coronavirus? – SBS News

Australia’s COVID-19 vaccine rollout hasn’t exactly gone to plan, with recent estimates suggesting it could take until 2023 for the entire population to get their…



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When playful footage of a jersey-clad Scott Morrison and 84-year-old World War II survivor Jane Malysiak rolling up their sleeves was broadcast across the country, Australians had every reason to be hopeful the coronavirus pandemic might be coming to an end.
The prime minister declared it was a historic day for Australia as he put his shoulder to the jab to receive his first dose of the Pfizer vaccine on 21 February 2021. 
Australia had waited longer than other countries to start the rollout, told…

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