The Prime Minister’s not backing down from plans to let vaccinated Australians be exempt from snap border closures.
That’s despite two State Premiers disagreeing with his proposal last week.
Scott Morrison wants Australians to have a ‘domestic vaccine passport’, which will allow those who are fully vaccinated to fly in and out of Covid-19 hotspots without having to quarantine.
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Both the New South Wales and Queensland Premiers have said that Australians should not have to have a passport to get around their own country.
However, the Prime Minister insists more discussions need to be had and will present the idea to National Cabinet this week.
It could persuade Aussies to get the jab sooner rather than later, allowing most to be protected by the end of the year.