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Australia Secures 25 Million Doses of Moderna’s COVID-19 Vaccine [Headlines]

The US-based biotechnology company plans to deliver 10 million doses of the original vaccine this year, and 15 million booster shots in 2022.

By Hope NewsroomThursday 13 May 2021News

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Australia has secured 25 million doses of Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine.

The US-based biotechnology company plans to deliver 10 million doses of the original vaccine this year, and 15 million booster shots in 2022.

The Federal Government said it will work with the government in New South Wales on a plan to start taking international students again.

State health officials and police have signed off on the plan to quarantine students in purpose-built housing.

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An international report says the COVID-19 pandemic was preventable.

The panel says the World Health Organization and governments in the US and Europe should have declared a global emergency earlier.

$50 million is being promised to help communities battling the mouse plague.

The NSW Government said the money will go towards free baiting for farmers, through grain treatment and rebates for households and small businesses buying mouse baits.

The Israeli military has killed a top Hamas military figure in one of hundreds of air strikes on Gaza.

The United Nations said it fears the worsening conflict could descend into war.

Train passengers on the North Shore Line are being warned to expect delays due to signal equipment repairs at Artarmon.

Labor will deliver its alternative vision for Australia in its formal budget reply tonight.

Among the initiatives to be unveiled by Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese is a program supporting young innovators.