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Australia shouldn't ‘open up’ before we vaccinate at least 80% of the population. Here's why

By Stephen Duckett, Director, Health Program, Grattan Institute
Will Mackey, Senior Associate, Grattan Institute
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If we open up the international borders before enough of the population is vaccinated, hospitals could become overwhelmed and deaths would be unacceptably high.

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