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Inside CSL, where Australia’s Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccines are being made – ABC News

When millions of Australians roll up their sleeve to get a locally made vaccine, the shot itself may only take a couple of seconds, but it will have been three…

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At the back of a building in Melbourne’s northern outskirts is a long, narrow room roughly the area of a tennis court.
Technicians and operators fully decked out in protective onesies, gloves, goggles, hairnets and masks bustle about, tending to a vast array of gleaming stainless steel equipment and what looks like kilometres of plastic tubing.
There are people here at all hours, too it’s a 24/7 operation.
That’s because this room, part of CSL’s Broadmeadows plant, is where 50 million doses of the…

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