Doctors push for breaks on regional travel
Rural doctors are calling on state premiers to put the breaks on regional travel for city residents, until vaccination rates are higher in the bush.
New South Wales will open up regional travel once the state reaches 70 percent of those over 16 being fully vaccinated.
Melburnians will have to wait until 80 percent vaccination to travel more than 25 kilometres.
Rural editor Eddie Summerfield caught up with Rural Doctors Association Chief Executive Peta Rutherford
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