Queensland has officially ticked over the 50 per cent fully vaccinated mark, as New South Wales looks to the next steps after hitting an important milestone.
As of Thursday afternoon, 50.3 per cent of people over the age of 16 have received two doses of a vaccine in Queensland.
While 68.8 per cent have received at least one dose.
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It comes as the country sits at just over 81 per cent of those over 16-years-old who have received their first dose, and just under 60 per cent.
It comes as New South Wales looks to ease their restrictions from Monday, now that they’ve made it to 70 per cent double dose.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison says they will lead the way for other states still stuck in lockdown.
The Prime Minister is also allaying fears that other states won’t experience the same type of outbreak such as New South Wales, provided vaccination rates are high enough.
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