Melbourne scientists create the first Australian-made mRNA vaccine | 7NEWS

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The new variant of concern is now out in the community, with exposure sites declared in NSW. While Victoria has no Omicron cases as yet, the focus is now on a vaccine booster trial that could help fight the new strain.

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