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Delays to Australia’s vaccine rollout could cost the economy billions

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Australia is continuing to face delays of its COVID-19 vaccine rollout and it’s likely to cost the country billions.

Australia’s vaccine rollout was already delayed before the AstraZeneca vaccine was found to put those under 50 at risk of deadly blood clots.

A report by the McKell Institute has found the original delays in our vaccine rollout could result in 15 days of lockdown – each costing the economy more than $123 million.

Now, the golden egg in our basket has broken, what could the economic impact be?

How delayed is Australia’s vaccine rollout so far?

Originally, 4 million Australians were to be vaccinated by the end of…



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