The National Party is calling on the government to have a target in place for what percentage of the population should be vaccinated against Covid-19, RNZ reports. Some 27,000 people have had their first jab of the two-dose Pfizer vaccine so far, with 60 percent of those in Auckland. Covid-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins said there had never been a fixed target for the number of vaccinations. However, National’s Covid-19 Response spokesperson Chris Bishop said he would like to see the government introduce a target soon, in order to achieve herd immunity and to make the government accountable.