Australia has ditched its COVID-19 vaccine targets, with Scott Morrison conceding not everyone will have their first jab by the end of the year

The Federal Government has abandoned its target of offering every eligible Australian their first COVID-19 vaccine dose by October 31. In a Sunday night statement, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said “it is not possible” to provide new timelines given “uncertainties” in the rollout. The confirmation comes days after Australian health authorities recommended those under 50 receive alternatives to the AstraZeneca vaccine, which was a cornerstone of the nation’s rollout scheme. The Federal Government has formally abandoned its target to vaccinate every Australian against COVID-19 by the end of October, after … (full story)

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