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How vaccine hesitancy could undermine Australia’s Covid response


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How vaccine hesitancy could undermine Australia’s Covid response | Health | The Guardian

Intensive care doctor Rachel Heap works in the anti-vaccine capital of Australia and has seen babies die from preventable diseases

by Christopher Knaus
Fri 11 Sep 2020 16.00 EDT

One autumn afternoon in sun-drenched Mullumbimby, intensive care doctor Rachel Heap came across a crowd milling beneath a local telecommunications tower.

Heap was exhausted. She’d spent the day treating Covid-19 patients at Lismore Base hospital. [paywall]
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