Australia’s vaccination rollout has really picked up in recent months, partly due to Covid outbreaks in Sydney and Melbourne. But in remote areas hardly touched by the virus, it’s often a different story. Australia’s famous Royal Flying Doctor Service is part of a huge logistical effort to get jabs in arms.

The BBC joined them on a mission to North Queensland. Filmed, produced and edited by Simon Atkinson

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