Scott Morrison scraps COVID-19 vaccination targets | 7NEWS

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Prime Minister Scott Morrison has now warned us not to expect any significant ramp up in the coronavirus vaccine rollout until later in the year. Just 12,000 shots were administered nationwide yesterday, as GPs and even the government itself admit patients are pulling out of appointments for the AstraZeneca jab. More: https://7news.link/3d77zlo

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