- Aug 4, 2005
Spoke to my sister in law who is in Aus the other day. According to her it's not the shortage vaccines but shortage of interest amongst population. Apparently because of their isolation, people have just not felt the effects of covid. As such they don't really see a reason to vaccinate.
Not sure on that.. in news on Australian vaccine program it was a question of supply.. they were dependent on AZ from India and then that came to a halt.
While they have vaccinated more in sheer numbers.. for a developed country they are far behind much like Spain. So yah.. some anti vax sentiment may be true but international media is pretty damning on their program much like ours were on our gov issues with getting things going.
Ps. I see local antivaxxors matching, I kinda want to laugh at them. Will post the vid in the local focused thread.