On Monday, Scott Morrison announced 19 billion for vaccine logistics and urged people to stay away from Facebook because conspiracy theories about vaccine harm are circulating on it.
“我们已经非常清楚地指出you want从何处获取信息，”总理说， “你不能从Facebook获得它。你可以从政府官方网站上获得。这就是我鼓励大家做的事情。这就是我们正在做的。这就是我们将要投资的东西。请访问官方政府网站。”
This poll of 1512 voters showed that the willingness to receive vaccination was evenly distributed among the voting groups of the major political parties and the Green Party.
Almost half of voters, 46% of voters, said they would definitely get vaccinated, and 29% said they "may" be vaccinated.
Voters firmly believe that international travelers should be vaccinated as a travel condition. 81% believe that it should be mandatory, while 80% want mandatory vaccination for elderly care workers.
Secondly, 77% of people want front-line medical staff to be vaccinated, while 70% think that teachers and daycare workers should be vaccinated compulsorily.However, there are differences of opinion on the issue of employers’ ability to force employees to vaccinate. 52% of people agree that employees should be required to vaccinate, while 43% believe that vaccination should be selective rather than compulsory.Only 41% believed that children should be vaccinated to enter nurseries, while 47% claimed that parents should decide.
WHO epidemiologist Mary-Louise McLaws said that after Europe bans vaccine exports, if local vaccine production is not increased, concerns about vaccine supply may affect this deadline.
Professor McLaws told ABC Broadcasting Company that Europe relies on Pfizer vaccine to contain its outbreak, which will mean that it will be difficult for Australia to obtain sufficient quantities of this vaccine.
"They are in short supply because they are out of control now and the number (infection) is still rising," said Professor McLaws.
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