The Queensland Premier has broken her silence on her battle with the borders, after claiming the Prime Minister singled her out.
After months of uncertainty around when the Sunshine State would open it’s borders, the Premier and health officials confirmed yesterday that a July 10 date would still be going ahead.
All interstate visitors will be welcomed back, except for Victorians unless they fork out for their own two-week hotel quarantine.
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But that wasn’t the only new information to come out of yesterday’s monumental press conference, with the Premier also calling out the Prime Minister for the way he treated her over the past few months.
Annastacia Palaszczuk said she was sick of Queensland being ‘singled out’ by Scott Morrison, also accusing him of allowing border wars to break out between states and territories.
The issue has come up again this morning, with the Premier telling Sunrise she was silent on the matter for far too long.
The Prime Minister was also questioned on the matter this morning, quick to dismiss the comments as political.