The creators behind a highly regarded website and Twitter account providing Covid information to Australians have been revealed as three bright young schoolkids.
Jack, Wesley and Darcy from Melbourne are behind CovidBaseAU - a site praised for its accurate data and clearer presentation of case and vaccine numbers than official government sites.
The trio posting a photo to Twitter on Thursday posing with rolled up sleeves showing where they received their first dose of the Moderna vaccine which 12 to 15-year-olds can now access.
Wesley, Jack and Darcy are the masterminds behind CovidBaseAU praised for its accuracy and clear presentation of data. They got their Moderna jabs on Thursday (pictured)
'Thought this would be a good time to share who we really are. Thrilled we will finally be included in out data,' they captioned the post.
The revelation was met with a flood of praise and support for the teens - with the post getting more than 16,500 likes.
'Well done! Your generation is showing everyone how's its done - vaccines and communication of such important information,' one person wrote.
'Wow. You guys rock! Love your data work,' another said.
'You guys are just kicka**. Young people make me so damn hopeful,' a third added.
They even got quite a few job offers - not bad for three guys who have still got a