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    The federal government says it will send another 50,000 COVID-19 vaccines to Fiji as it struggles to contain its current outbreak. Zed Seselja, Australia’s Minister for the Pacific, speaks to foreign affairs reporter Stephen Dziedzic about how much of an impact the rollout is expected to have.

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