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Worldwide vaccination against coronavirus could take up to six years, Australian expert warns – SBS News

An infectious diseases physician says that “more sinister strains” of COVID-19 will emerge if the virus is left to spread unchecked in some parts of the world,…

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It could take up to six years for the world to be vaccinated against COVID-19, so jabs must be shared with developing countries to ensure “more sinister strains” don’t emerge, an infectious diseases expert has said.
An expert trio addressed the National Press Club in Canberra on Wednesday to provide a specialist view on the coronavirus health crisis.
Infectious diseases physician Sanjaya Senanayake said about 70 countries have begun vaccination programs.
“At the current rate of vaccination it is…

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