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Australia: There is a vaccine, but there are no patients

Australians are cautious after reports of negative effects of AstraZeneca vaccine shots, while authorities urge vaccinations

There are fewer people who want to be vaccinated in Australia than there is a vaccine imported into the country — doctors can not collect patients to fill out routine vaccination lists.

According to Daily Mail Australia, they interviewed several vaccination offices at clinics in Sydney — they have a significant reduction in the number of people who want to get vaccinated. Instead of the planned thousands, dozens of citizens come. For example, the Northshore Roseville Covid-19 Vaccination Center has prepared about 1,000 vaccinations a day, but 50-60 people come in. In the first three weeks of vaccination, the flow of people was much greater than in the last one.

The reason is that people are cautious after reports of negative consequences after the AstraZeneca vaccine, which the country received last week. Before that, they were vaccinated with Pfizer. Doctors are already offering to finish the vaccination of priority groups, which is currently taking place in the country, and offer vaccination to everyone who wants to keep the vaccine running.

In total, about 1.5 million people were vaccinated in the country, although the authorities expected to vaccinate about 4 million citizens by the end of March.

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