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Covid Australia: Health minister Mark Butler’s ominous warning as vaccine rollout ‘flatlines’


Millions are snubbing Covid booster shots with almost 30 per cent of the population still to get their third dose and around three-quarters yet to get a fourth jab, amid fears hospitals will buckle under the pressure.

State and federal health authorities are worried the number of Australians getting third and further doses of the Covid vaccine is plummeting, with only 72 per cent of eligible Aussies having received a third shot. 

More than 5.6million out of the 20million eligible have yet to get their first booster jab – and only 5million have so far rolled up their sleeve for a fourth shot.

Federal health minister Mark Butler admits the vaccine roll out is now ‘flatlining’. 

More than 5.6million out of the 20million eligible have yet to get their first booster jab - and only 5million have so far rolled up their sleeve for a fourth shot

More than 5.6million out of the 20million eligible have yet to get their first booster jab – and only 5million have so far rolled up their sleeve for a fourth shot 

The widespread vaccine fatigue comes amid almost 29,000 new virus cases recorded across the nation on Saturday along with 89 deaths.

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