Sumary of The great divide: The council borders determining vaccination eligibility:
- As the COVID-19 vaccination rollout continues, a residential divide over eligibility has left some in Adelaide’s east frustrated.
- Trent Stollery lives in Magill in the metropolitan Campbelltown City Council, about 1 kilometre away from the border with the regional Adelaide Hills Council.
- Mr Stollery, 35, has been waiting to get vaccinated and has found watching the rollout from the other side of the regional border tough.
- Catch up on the main COVID-19 news from July 20 with a look back at our blogIn the Adelaide Hills suburb of Crafers, a 20-minute drive from Magill, Polly Shaw will soon receive her second dose of the vaccine.
- The 20-year-old checked the eligibility guidelines online and discovered she met a few of the criteria – she works with people with disability and lives in a regional council area.
- Polly Shaw had her COVID–19 vaccination at the clinic at the Adelaide Showground in Wayville.
- In the nearby Adelaide Hills suburb of Heathfield, Lauren Smith will receive her first dose of Pfizer on Thursday.
- (Supplied: Lauren Smith)When the 22-year-old hospitality worker heard that regional South Australians aged 16 and over were eligible, she booked into her GP clinic to have the vaccine.