IN FULL: QLD Deputy Premier says he’s confident state can reach 80pc double vax by 17 Dec | ABC News

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The Queensland Deputy Premier Steven Miles has been meeting with local mayors about vaccination rates.

He says they’ve been discussing how to get all of the Queensland to the 80 per cent double dose target.

“Who better to give us that advice other than local leaders,” he says.

Mr Miles says he’s confident Queensland can reach 80pc double dose by December 17.

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