INDIAN VARIANT FEARS | The race between the speed of COVID infections and VACCINE injections

7NEWS Australia published this video item, entitled “INDIAN VARIANT FEARS | The race between the speed of COVID infections and VACCINE injections” – below is their description.

A new strain of coronavirus causing worldwide concern has seen Melbourne’s COVID cluster explode. Victorians are being warned to expect worse to come, with the ‘Indian variant’ more infectious and spreading faster. Our best protection is getting vaccinated. But new figures show Australia is slipping further down the international rankings when it comes to our rollout.

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