Aged care residents first in line after second COVID vaccine receives approval in Australia | 7NEWS

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A day after the arrival of the Pfizer vaccine, the nation’s path out of the coronavirus pandemic is looking even smoother with the TGA approving the AstraZeneca jab for rollout as well. Confirming full safety for its use for over 65s and pregnant women, the Health Minister has declared ‘lift off’ for the vaccination drive to start in six days.

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