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What went wrong with Australia’s vaccine rollout? – Sydney Morning Herald

The states and GPs are furious and frustrated at the slow rollout of the coronavirus vaccine. But the federal government is adamant everything is on track. Who…

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But AstraZeneca was struggling to meet its own contracts. It slashed its production target for Europe by 66 per cent.
The nations there, many in the middle of outbreaks, took drastic action and in early March blocked AstraZenecas exports to Australia. That left us with about 735,000 of the 3.8 million doses of AstraZeneca we had been expecting.
The federal government has now essentially given up on getting any more with all hopes on CSLs production line.
But issues manufacturing the vaccine meant…

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