Almost two-thirds of Australians think Covid vaccine rollout is not going well, survey suggests

Almost two-thirds of Australians think Covid vaccine rollout is not going well, survey suggests

The Guardian

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More than half say they would be willing to take a ‘safe and effective’ vaccine, with eight-in-10 concerned about side-effects

Almost two-thirds of Australians believe the Covid-19 vaccine rollout is not going well, with even a majority of Coalition voters declining to give the program a tick of approval.

The latest survey from the Australian National University’s Centre for Social Research and Methods revealed that in April Australians became more willing to take a “safe and effective” vaccine, but many were concerned about the AstraZeneca vaccine after authorities warned it may cause a rare blood clot syndrome.

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