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Explaining vaccine hesitancy

The mandates were deeply unethical

18 May 2024

9:00 AM

18 May 2024

9:00 AM

According to the Department of Health’s current report on vaccination status, in the last six months, only 3.5 per cent of 18-to-64-year-old Australians had received the Covid-19 booster. Our vaccine hesitancy is in line with global trends. Unicef reported last year that public perceptions of the importance of childhood vaccines fell in 52 countries, by as much as 44 per cent in some cases.

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