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Australia has ordered 150 million doses of Covid vaccines. Should we providing some of these vaccines to developing countries, as we have enough to vaccinate our population six times over?

By Paul . Created on 08 Feb, 2021
Current Affairs 114 votes | 15 Comments
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Liza said 6 hours ago
Why does Australia always have to be the one to give things to other countries. We need to clean up our own backyard first. There are so many 'needy' people in Australia as well.
Yes
Geoff said a week ago
I understood we are going to do this with the Pacific Islands and PNG as our focus??
No
Carina said a week ago
First, we have to see if they are safe and also how would they keep them at the right temperature for so long.
Mrs said a week ago
All of what is opened must be used within a short time due to it goes off if not kept cold. Roll out has started, so we will soon know if there is enough or too much.
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Carina said 3 weeks ago
We have to know if it is safe first.
Yes
Vivi said 3 weeks ago
We believe we are a prosperous and generous country - why not show it. Once our population is covered, let excess vaccine be used elsewhere. Looks unlikely we can use surplus doses in the following year if the vaccine needs an update for a new strain.
Yes
JT said 3 weeks ago
they can have mine too................
Yes
Peter said 4 weeks ago
We should supply our immediate neighbours especially East Timor And Fiji