Most vaccinated country experiencing worst Covid-19 pandemic outbreak
The small island nation of Iceland has just 357,000 citizens and 86 per cent of those are fully vaccinated.
The government felt they had taken all relevant measures and beaten the pandemic in June to the point where they removed all social distancing, mask, and travel restrictions.
But just two months later, Iceland has reimposed all restrictions due to a Covid-19 Delta outbreak that is seriously straining the nation's health system, despite the significantly reduced rate of severe illness.
There were just two active cases of Covid-19 a month ago. That figure now stands at 1590 active cases.
What are your thoughts in relation to what this means for Australia? Will an 80 per cent and above vaccination rate in Australia be enough to open up or should it be higher?