Covid: Australia's Flying Doctors take vaccines to vast remote areas
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