Sumary of Data bungle may hit separated families:
- That was long before a large number of residents and international students fled the capital cities due to the pandemic.
- He said last week that both Sydney and Melbourne were “surprisingly” below the required vaccination target but admitted it was because there were international students included in the original population rates.
- Chief Public Health Officer Nicola Spurrier said SA had “productive discussions” with interstate counterparts about vaccination rates in Melbourne and Sydney.
- Professor Spurrier said the issue would be resolved before November 23.“Our information to date suggests that LGAs in Melbourne and Sydney have higher rates than reported by the Commonwealth Government,” she said.