On 30 June, explaining why she declined ‘to ask young, fit, healthy people to put their health on the line getting a vaccine that could potentially, significantly harm them’ by taking the AstraZeneca vaccine, Queensland’s Chief Health Officer and governor-designate Dr Jeanette Young said: ‘I don’t want an 18-year-old in Queensland dying from a clotting illness who, if they got Covid, probably wouldn’t die’.
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