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Friday, December 3, 2021

Coalition opposes excluding the un-jabbed

Defence Minister Peter Dutton doesn't want people who refuse a COVID-19 jab segregated from society amid accusations the government is undermining the vaccine rollout.  Prime...

Border ban doing more harm than good: PM

Scott Morrison has blasted Western Australia's decision to keep its border shut into 2022, criticising the state for flouting a national COVID-19 reopening plan. Western...

NSW councillor takes on vaccine mandate

A veteran paramedic and deputy mayor has raised more than $35,000 in a day in his bid to overturn NSW's vaccine mandate for health...

National leaders consider next COVID steps

The national plan to transition out of COVID-19 restrictions and the vaccine rollout are set to dominate discussions when the national cabinet meets on...

Greg Hunt defends Pfizer jab negotiations

Health Minister Greg Hunt has defended Australia's negotiations with Pfizer following emails showing the pharmaceutical giant wanted to speed up talks for a vaccine deal.  Emails...

States row with PM over vaccine allocation

Scott Morrison has defended sending extra Pfizer doses to NSW after state premiers savaged secrecy surrounding vaccine distribution. The prime minister's home state received 45...

Pfizer aplenty, angst over vaccine targets

Australians who have been holding off getting a coronavirus vaccination or waiting for a Pfizer jab will have no excuse in the coming weeks. Some...

Use September to get ready: Berejiklian

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian is urging businesses and families to use spring to prepare as the state inches closer to the 70 per cent...

Tensions boiling on virus reopening plan

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has fired another warning shot at state premiers refusing to rule out harsh coronavirus restrictions when vaccination coverage targets are hit. Mr...

Stick to national reopening plan: Morrison

Scott Morrison has warned continued lockdowns will cause more harm than good when COVID-19 vaccination coverages reaches 70 per cent. The prime minister insists Doherty...
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