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Covid: Australia falls 85% short of vaccine delivery goal – BBC News

The slow rollout sparks concern as Brisbane faces a possible extension of a citywide lockdown.

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image captionAustralia has only administered about 600,000 vaccine doses so far
Australia has fallen 3.4 million doses short of its target of delivering four million Covid vaccinations by 31 March, prompting criticism of the government.
The 85% shortfall comes two days after Brisbane entered another snap lockdown to combat a small outbreak.
Last week the government said the vaccine rollout did not demand urgency given Australia’s low infection rates.
The country has recorded 909 deaths and 29,300…

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