The first dose of Covid Vaccine has been distributed in Australia. The 85-year-old survivor of World War II received her first dose of Vaccine in the country
The first dose of Covid Vaccine was delivered Sunday morning at Castle Hill Medical Center in Sydney. The first dose was received on Sunday by dignitaries, including Prime Minister Scott Morrison, to boost confidence in the vaccination program, which is set to begin on Monday.
The first dose was taken by Jane Malisi, 85, a World War II survivor. Prime Minister Scott Morrison said Jane was involved in an important project in the country’s history. Chief Medical Officer Paul Kelly and Chief Nursing Officer Allison Macmillan also received the vaccine.
The Pfizer vaccine was received on Sunday by two people in aged care, aged care staff, and leading health workers in the field of Covid prevention. Today marks the beginning of the largest project in the history of Australia since World War II.
Opposition leader Anthony Albanese and Greens leader Adam Bandet receive the Astra Senaka Vaccine. The vaccine will be distributed nationwide from February 22. Vaccination is given in the first stage to those who are at high risk of contracting the virus. The government estimates that about 678,000 people on the priority list will be vaccinated at this stage.
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