The Prime Minister has for the first time declared that he “takes responsibility” for the problems with Australia’s slow vaccine rollout.
Addressing the country from Canberra a short time ago, Scott Morrison admitted that our vaccine rollout is about two months behind schedule at the moment.
However, he said the country is quickly catching up, with a record one-million COVID-19 vaccine doses administered in the last week.
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When asked why anyone from the Federal Government has so far neglected to apologise for the issues with the country’s vaccine rollout, Mr Morrison said he believes Australians “
The Prime Minister said that “people have
So far, more than 10,470,033 COVID-19 vaccine doses have been given to Australians, with around 11.2% (2.83M) of the population fully vaccinated.