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Concerns vaccine hesitancy in Indigenous communities fuelled by misinformation | The Drum

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Regional health providers are scrambling to make up the gap in vaccination rates among Indigenous communities, which are lagging around 20% behind the national average.

There are concerns from some community leaders that hesitancy has been fuelled by misinformation online and through fringe Christian groups.

The Drum’s Stephanie Boltje has taken a look at some of the myths being circulated.

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