India now faces a coronavirus “storm” overwhelming its health system, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in an address to the nation.
- by Rajendra Jadhav and Neha Arora
The vaccine debacle has been typical of Mr Morrison’s habit of being good at making announcements, but terrible at delivery.
- by Anthony Albanese
Any local manufacturing capability will not alter the nation’s vaccine supplies this year as the country’s leaders prepare to reset the vaccination program on Thursday.
- by Rachel Clun
The national industrial tribunal’s decision bolsters the argument that some employers will be able to require staff to get a coronavirus vaccine.
- by Nick Bonyhady
The company has also reportedly agreed to work with a German scientist studying extremely rare blood clots linked to AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine.
- by Matina Stevis-Gridneff
A parliamentary committee has heard only about 1500 of the nation’s 25,000 disability care residents had received their first vaccinations.
- by Clay Lucas and Rachel Clun
Data from the ministry’s weekly COVID-19 surveillance report shows more returned travellers are testing positive for variants of concern.
- by Mary Ward
But an expert in monitoring social media says the decision to limit the use of the AstraZeneca vaccine hasn’t led to a big rise in membership of anti-vaccination groups.
- by Aisha Dow and Melissa Cunningham
The climate activist says it is “completely unethical” for wealthier countries to be vaccinating their younger populations before the world’s vulnerable and frontline workers in poorer nations.
- by Latika Bourke