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Frontline virus vaccines begin in Tasmania – The West Australian

Hospital staff, border officers and other frontline workers in Tasmania have begun receiving COVID-19 vaccinations as part of the nationwide rollout.

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Tasmania’s frontline workers have started receiving the coronavirus vaccine as part of the rollout across the country.
Infectious diseases nurse Jen Iver was the first to be given the jab on Tuesday morning at the Royal Hobart Hospital.
“I’m super privileged to be able to be the first. There was no pain whatsoever,” she told reporters.
Some 1000 vaccines are expected to be administered at the Royal Hobart Hospital this week before the program expands to Launceston General Hospital and North West…

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