Several countries on the continent had introduced COVID-19 vaccination by early March 2021.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison's strong ratings in the Newspoll and Essential poll suggest the slow vaccine rollout and anger among women might not be hurting the government yet.
Is Australia behind on its rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine? Yes. Will it catch up? Most likely, yes. But there are perils in trying to go too fast, and in overpromising on deadlines.
There is a difference between people who deliberately seek out vaccines outside the system, and those who are offered them because they're about to expire.
Stockpiles of this vaccine are going unused in France and Germany, and unfounded criticism of it may be partly to blame.
For those who are socially deprived, vulnerability to COVID-19 will arise at an earlier age.
Real-world studies of vaccines aren't directly comparable with clinical trials, but their results are still good news.
South Africa is aiming for 67% coverage, which translates to about 40 million people by the end of 2021.
Most of us don't know yet when or where we'll receive our COVID vaccination. But particularly as there's a risk of scams, it's important to be clear on how this process will (and won't) play out.
Two experts explain why the UK's vaccine programme has been a success, while abroad China, Russia and India use vaccine supplies to increase their soft power.
Good decisions and investment have built a strong supply chain, while various experts have helped with distribution.
Two residents in a Brisbane aged-care home were given a higher dose of the Pfizer vaccine than recommended. Here's what might have happened – and how we can reduce the risk it will happen again.
Australia's keenly awaited COVID vaccine rollout begins today. So how will it work, and will the vaccine be the end of all our coronavirus-related problems?
The UK has given around 25% of its population a first dose, but across the world fewer than 3% of people have received a vaccine.
For now, the UK will continue with its age-based prioritisation, but there's a case for key workers and the socially disadvantaged to start feeding into the vaccine queue.
The arrival of COVID-19 vaccines has raised hope for an end to the pandemic. Hopefully that's true, but there are variables. Here are some factors that could affect the success of the vaccine rollout.
Behind Canada’s current COVID-19 vaccine shortage is a decades-long tale of unheeded warnings, missed opportunities and dismantled resources that was never going to end well.
By prioritising vaccination for the elderly, Indonesia may optimally reduce the hospital burden and COVID-19 deaths amid a limited vaccine supply during the first vaccination phase.
The campaign shows promise. But it's not clear if it will preempt and respond to people's concern about vaccine safety.
The COVID-19 vaccine rollout has fallen far short of President Trump's promises. President Biden says he can fix that. Can he?