The Prime Minister has finally said “sorry” for the country’s troubled COVID-19 vaccine rollout.
Speaking from The Lodge on Thursday, Scott Morrison apologised for the vaccine rollout not meeting its targets, again admitting that he takes full responsibility for the failure.
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Mr Morrison continued by saying he’s “sorry” that we haven’t been able to “achieve the marks
turning this around”.
The Prime Minister has continually come under fire for not taking accountability for the country’s slow vaccine rollout, which has been lagging due to supply issues.
It comes as the country hit another new record, with 184,000 doses of the COVID-19 jab administered in the past 24 hours.