Australia Will Accelerate COVID-19 Vaccinations by Expanding Vaccination Center Network

The Australian Government has announced plans to expand its network of COVID-19 vaccination centers to accelerate a national vaccination campaign. This is being done to pursue the target that all eligible Australians can receive the COVID-19 vaccine by the end of this year.

Australia's Health Minister, Greg Hunt, said the government would open more vaccination centers across the country, especially in hard-to-reach and remote areas. This step is expected to accelerate vaccine distribution and expand public access to the COVID-19 vaccine.

In addition, the government will also increase the number of trained and experienced vaccinators to help speed up the vaccination process. They will be placed in vaccination centers and also in other health facilities such as hospitals and puskesmas.

The Australian Government will also increase the number of vaccines available through contracts with vaccine manufacturers and an international vaccine distribution programme. Currently, Australia has received more than 6 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine and is in the stage of administering vaccines to priority groups such as health workers and the elderly.

Even though the COVID-19 vaccination started several months ago, there are still many Australians who have not received the vaccine. It is hoped that by expanding the network of vaccination centers and increasing the number of vaccinators, the national vaccination campaign can be accelerated so that Australians can return to normal life more quickly.

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