Copied from today's newspaper: Advertiser, 14/4/21
On the Letters to the editor page, also known as "Have your say", written by "Janine"
( I don't know her and hope she doesn't mind me spreading the word further)
"The vaccine should be managed on a national basis as in the UK. Yesterday they started texting and sending letters to the 40-49 age bracket with appointment times and location - and they have more than 68 million people. Australia could have done the same thing using Medicare registrations; sending out appointments from the oldest down. Leaving it to people to phone all over the place hoping to get an appointment is ridiculous. No organisation whatsoever here and we've a lot fewer people to manage."
People of Australia, do you agree this is a good way to do the vaccinations?
If yes, perhaps you could forward "Janine's" words to your local MPs.