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Australia has hit the 80 per cent double vaccination milestone this morning for those aged over 16.

The milestone has celebrated in a video posted by Prime Minister Scott Morrison.

“How good is that?” the prime minister said.

Crowds returning to Westfield Bondi, the ground zero for Sydney's COVID outbreak earlier this year.
Crowds returning to Westfield Bondi, the ground zero for Sydney’s COVID outbreak earlier this year. (Kate Geraghty)

“Ninety-nine percent of Australians aged over 70 have had a first jab, and 90 per cent have had a second.

“That’s just extraordinary.”

GPs, pharmacies and state-run hubs — including drive-through clinics — are all doing vaccinations with AstraZeneca, Pfizer and Moderna. You can make a vaccination booking here.

The numbers are for eligible adults as published on November 4.

New South Wales

Official data shows 93.8 per cent of people have had a single jab, while 89.1 per cent are fully vaccinated.

In Victoria, 92 per cent of residents have rolled up their sleeves once, according to national data.

A total of 82.6 per cent are fully vaccinated.


The Sunshine State has given 78.8 per cent of eligible people one dose, and 65.8 per cent have had both.

South Australia

South Australia has had 82.8 per cent of eligible residents have their first dose, while 68.6 per cent of them are fully dosed.

South Australia has revealed its roadmap out of the pandemic.
South Australia’s vaccination numbers are climbing. (Getty)

Western Australia

In Western Australia, 79.5 per cent have had their first jab and 64.9 per cent are fully vaccinated. While climbing, the figure is the lowest in the nation.

Australian Capital Territory

In the ACT, more than 95 per cent of people have had one dose, according to the Federal Government’s stats- a figure which remains unchanged daily.

So far, 94.1 per cent have been fully vaccinated- the highest in the country.

Northern Territory

In the NT, 77.8 per cent have had at least one dose, and 64.7 per cent are fully vaccinated.

Darwin's waterfront.
Darwin’s waterfront. The NT has the lowest first-dose vaccination rate (Nakita Pollock AFR)

Smiles and hugs as families are reunited in regional NSW

In Tasmania, 89.8 had per cent of eligible residents receive one dose, while 76.8 per cent are fully jabbed.

Source: 9News

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