Getting vaccinated in Australia is like facing “hunger games”, the New South Wales Secretary of State admitted today, at a time when the country is facing difficulties in drug distribution and the number of Govt-19 cases is on the rise.
Brad Hazard, who coordinates the Ministry of Health for New South Wales’ most populous state, said the shortage of vaccines has caused panic among residents looking for a dose.
“It’s almost like a ‘hunger game’ with people looking for vaccines,” he said.
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Only 7% of the 25 million Australians are fully vaccinated against Govt-19, one of the lowest rates in developed countries.
The country’s conservative government bet on the development of a vaccine and a local vaccine from the AstraZeneca laboratory, which failed in the testing phase.
However, many Australians reject the AstraZeneca vaccine, which is now recommended for people over 60, and are looking for schedules to get the drug from Pfizer.
But the government’s attempt to get large quantities from Pfizer or other laboratories has been hampered by late ordering decisions and a global shortage.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison is facing increasing pressure to increase the vaccine rate as cases erupt in Sydney, the country’s largest city. The place is in the final stages of a prison.
Only 30,000 cases have been reported in Australia Corona virus, But many large cities have had lightning bolts to control small explosions in recent weeks.
“Unless we have enough vaccines and enough people to give us vaccines, we will continue the hunger games here,” Hazard warned.
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