Australia’s Covid vaccine rollout - how is your state doing?
The Queensland government has had the slowest vaccine rollout to date, on a per 100 population basis. It is also second last to the Northern Territory in the percentage of available vaccines actually administered.
Smaller states have managed to vaccinate a greater percentage of their citizens.
The divergence between the states and federal government-run programs started shortly after Phase 1b of the vaccine rollout began. This saw 4,600 GP clinics added to existing vaccination centres and the vaccine eligibility expanded.