@booboo said in Coronavirus - Australia:
Mrs Boo had her Astra Zeneca'ed on Thursday.
Was chatting to the Nurse who said they were getting through just over 100 per day.
Doing some back of cigarette packet calcs, and assuming their turnover is typical, and Hervey Bay is representative of the population across Straya ...
... and assuming their throughput is typical all of the vaccine clinics
There are 6 clinics in Hervey Bay. That extrapolates to 600/day.
So to vaccinate our entire population would take 100 days. Which is 20 weeks. Which is 5 months. So September for everyone to get one dose. Repeat for second dose so February for completion.
Many much assumptions, but the numbers don't yet add up for an October delivery.
I personally don’t know why there’s so much attention of rushing the rollout given the tolerance level of any case is so low it’s ridiculous.
Internal border restrictions are instituted at the drop of a hat still.
And the whole crap about being left behind because other countries are opening seems stupid given the state of cases globally. Again look at what happens when there is one case of transmission. People like to throw out things like herd immunity, but that is not going to stop a McGowan or Anastasia, Dan or Marshall from shutting it down if there are still cases.