South Australian Premier Steven Marshall says there is a “very, very good uptake” of the vaccine in South Australia despite the lack of vaccine mandates.

“Apart from areas that the National Cabinet has mandated or our chief health officer has said really need to be mandated, we’ve actually made very few mandatory vaccination orders in South Australia,” he told Sky News Australia.

Mr Marshall said this was because there had been “great co-operation” with South Australian residents and the state government was just encouraging them to get the jab.

“They know that when they look interstate at the moment, this is essentially the disease of the unvaccinated and so South Australians are turning up,” he said.

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