Some Australians may have to wait until early next year for their second shot of a COVID-19 vaccine due to supply problems, despite the government hoping to be finished by the end of October.
Top government health officials have said it’s “impossible to predict” exactly when the first 4 million people would receive their first dose, a milestone initially expected by the end of the month.
On this episode of Please Explain, Tory Maguire and national science reporter Liam Mannix look at how Australia’s vaccine supply is tracking.
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