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What's Australia's first local Pfizer-style COVID vaccine? And when might it be in our arms? An mRNA expert explains

By Archa Fox, Associate Professor and ARC Future Fellow, The University of Western Australia
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Australia has struggled to get enough Pfizer doses to meet Australians’ growing demand for COVID-19 vaccinations.

Australia has been producing doses of AstraZeneca since March, but this vaccine is no longer recommended for those aged under 60 because of the small but serious…


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