From the front to the back of the queue: how Australia’s vaccine rollout unravelled
Morrison government’s vaunted vaccination targets dropped amid Pfizer delays and AstraZeneca rare blood clot risk in favour of allocation ‘horizons’
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The prime minister, Scott Morrison, announces a $1.7bn deal with two potential vaccines: the University of Oxford/AstraZeneca to provide 33.8m doses and the University of Queensland/CSL to provide another 50m doses.