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Singapore travel bubble eyed as Australia-New Zealand flights resume

As planes begin freely flying passengers between New Zealand and Australia for the first time in 400 days, the government is eyeing more deals with neighbouring countries. Asian travel hub Singapore has been floated by senior members of the government as the next potential destination for Australians, along with countries in the South Pacific. Deputy …

Australia dumps first dose by October vaccine target for ‘quickly as possible’ rollout

Australia’s chief medical officer says they are aiming to get Aussies vaccinated “as quickly as possible”, despite Scott Morrison’s move to axe the first dose by October goal. Professor Paul Kelly said medical experts spent the weekend planning for rollout changes, after damning updated advice said the AstraZeneca vaccine was no longer …

One thousand GPs to boost Australian vaccination rollout

Australia is lagging behind in the coronavirus vaccination race, a health expert has warned, as the Federal Government announced new measures to boost coverage. From Monday, more than 1000 general practices will join the COVID-19 vaccination program and online bookings are now open for eligible Australians. Strategic health consultant Professor …

More than 100,000 Australians have received their first dose

Australia has vaccinated 100,000 people a few weeks into the vaccination roll out, as more than half a million doses of both the Pfizer and AstraZeneca vaccines have arrived in Australia. Speaking at the Therapeutic Goods Administration headquarters on Wednesday morning, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said 149,000 doses of Pfizer …