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We must record why Australians got vaccinated

21 March 2022

2:00 PM

21 March 2022

2:00 PM

As the war in Ukraine takes over our TV screens and vaccination becomes a memory, there’s an important question we need to ask.

What were the reasons why individual Australians decided to have the Covid shots?

Did people line up to get the jab because they were worried about getting very sick from Covid, or was it because they wanted to do their part in getting to a target vaccination level to get out of lockdown?

Was it because it was mandated for their job, or because they lived with someone in the 80s or 90s and didn’t want to pass on the...

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