Glamorous Aussie journalist reveals REAL reason Canberra is the most vaccinated city in the world

Glamorous Aussie journalist living in NYC reveals the REAL reason Canberra is the most vaccinated city in the world

An Australian journalist has revealed the real reason Canberra is on track to become the most vaccinated city in the world.

The ACT is set to reach the milestone of 90 per cent of its eligible residents being fully vaccinated for Covid-19 by the end of the month.

Sarah Williamson, who works in New York City, said on Instagram on Wednesday the reason why the capital city has a high level of vaccinations is because the population is small and politicians were first in line to get the jab.

Revealed: Glamorous Aussie journalist Sarah Williamson (pictured) revealed the REAL reason Canberra is the most vaccinated city in the world

‘Maybe because there is 10 people who live there and they’re all politicians who had immediate access,’ she wrote.

It comes after ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr said Canberra was on track to be one of the most vaccinated cities in the world, as the government’s largest vaccination clinic expanded to include walk-up appointments on Monday.

As the ACT heads towards the end of its lockdown on Friday, Mr Barr said there would be a renewed focus during the final days to distribute first doses to the remaining unvaccinated sections of the 431,000 strong population.

Vaccine rates: She said on Instagram the reason why the capital city has a high level of vaccination is because the population is small and politicians were first in line to get the jab

Vaccine rates: She said on Instagram the reason why the capital city has a high level of vaccination is because the population is small and politicians were first in line to get the jab

The government’s mass-vaccine clinic at the Australian Institute of Sport will take walk-up appointments, while further pop-up clinics will also be established.

‘The next four days are about those remaining first doses, and with the interval of three or four weeks we’re looking forward to see the fully vaccinated figures match the first-dose figures,’ Mr Barr said.

‘What this means is Canberra will be among the most vaccinated places in the world, and this is just so critical to our economic recovery and to protect Canberrans as we emerge from lockdown.’

'Maybe because there is 10 people who live there and they're all politicians who had immediate access,' she wrote

‘Maybe because there is 10 people who live there and they’re all politicians who had immediate access,’ she wrote

The ACT on Monday became the first jurisdiction to pass more than 70 per cent double-dose vaccination for people aged 12 and over, with 98 per cent having had a first dose.

There are 455 active cases in the territory with 773 people having recovered since the outbreak started.

Mr Barr said the ACT’s vaccination rates had defied expectations.

It comes after ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr said Canberra was on track to be one of the most vaccinated cities in the world, as the government's largest vaccination clinic expanded to include walk-up appointments on Monday. Pictured: Parliament House in Canberra

It comes after ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr said Canberra was on track to be one of the most vaccinated cities in the world, as the government’s largest vaccination clinic expanded to include walk-up appointments on Monday. Pictured: Parliament House in Canberra

Meanwhile, Sarah recently captured attention for her glamorous looks while covering the Israel-Palestine crisis in Tel Aviv.

When she’s not reporting on geopolitical conflicts, Sarah works as a bikini model.

She is also an aspiring actress and has even appeared in a major campaign for an Israeli footwear brand.

Last month, the reporter revealed she was leaving Israeli news channel i24 News to take up a new position at conservative American news network Newsmax. 

Role: Sarah recently captured attention for her glamorous looks while covering the Israel-Palestine crisis in Tel Aviv

Role: Sarah recently captured attention for her glamorous looks while covering the Israel-Palestine crisis in Tel Aviv

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