Morrison says lockdowns to end once 80 per cent of people are vaccinated against COVID-19 | ABC News

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The country will begin to reopen its international borders once 80 per cent of eligible Australians are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, Prime Minister Scott Morrison says.

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