ABC data analyst Casey Briggs expects higher COVID-19 infections in coming weeks | ABC News

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The ABC’s Casey Briggs says the extra 4 million doses of the Pfizer vaccine secured in a swap deal with the UK could get Australia to 80 per cent of first doses by the end of September.

He examines the most recent COVID-19 numbers across NSW, Victoria and Australia’s vaccine rollout.

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