Vaccine rollout not handled well: survey
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A new survey by the Australian National University shows most people believe the COVID-19 vaccine rollout is not being handled well.
Almost two-thirds of Australians think the coronavirus vaccine rollout is not being handled well, according to a new study.

The Australian National University's Centre for Social Research and Methods, which surveyed more than 3000 adults, asked one group if the process was "going well" and another whether it was "fair".

The survey found only 3.6 per cent of people thought the vaccine rollout was going very well.

A further 32.7 per cent believe it is going "somewhat well", while 42.5 per cent said it is going "not too well" and 21.2 per cent "not going at all well".

In the second group, 32.4 per cent of Australians thought the process was "very fair", and 53.3 per cent "somewhat fair". A further 11.1 per cent…
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