10 million Australians now vaccinated against COVID with more jabs on the way | 7NEWS

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With 10 million Australians now given the jab, at a record rate of almost 200 doses per minute, more vaccines are on the way. Shipment of Pfizer from Poland has touched down in Sydney, and it can’t come soon enough to help end long queues.

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