Less than a month after smashing the 80 per cent double dose vaccination target, NSW has today surpassed the 90 per cent double dose number.
Figures released by the federal government indicate that the state has reached 90.12 per cent double vaxxed figures as of Monday, October 8.
NSW premier Dominic Perrottet confirmed the news via Twitter.
Further restrictions were eased for NSW this week with no caps on home visitors and outdoor gatherings and nightclubs back in full swing.
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The news comes 5 weeks after NSW hit the 70 per cent vaccination target which led to the state’s reopening after over 4 months of being in lockdown.
The first dose vaccination target for people over the age of 16 stands at 93.92 per cent as of yesterday. The state reported 222 new cases and 4 deaths.
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