Australia needs to start learning to live with COVID-19 when targets for higher rates of vaccination against the new coronavirus are met, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said today, despite concerns in some states about the impact of an outbreak. of cases in Sydney.
While more than half of the country’s people are in a lockdown of weeks to curb the most contagious Delta variant of the new coronavirus, Morrison noted that the country needs to move forward and start easing restrictions as more people are vaccinated.
Australia managed the pandemic better than many other developed countries. However, there was a slowness in her vaccination campaign that deprived her of some of her success.