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Victorious over Covid, Australia and New Zealand grapple with vaccine rollout – The Guardian

Australia’s glacially slow delivery of jabs derided as a ‘farce’, while in New Zealand only 4.5% of eligible people have been vaccinated



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They were held up as Covid success stories, two countries at the bottom of the world that kept outbreaks under control and deaths low as the pandemic swept the rest of the globe.
Daily life in cities including Sydney and Auckland now feels largely back to pre-pandemic normal restaurants are full, theatres are open, masks are scarce and offices are busy. A degree of international travel is also a reality thanks to the new trans-Tasman travel bubble a two-way quarantine-free corridor between the neighbours.

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