Albanese calls on Morrison to “take responsibility” for Australia’s COVID vaccine rollout | 7NEWS

7NEWS Australia published this video item, entitled “Albanese calls on Morrison to “take responsibility” for Australia’s COVID vaccine rollout | 7NEWS” – below is their description.

Anthony Albanese has called on Prime Minister Scott Morrison to “take responsibility” for Australia’s slow COVID vaccine rollout.

The Opposition Leader says changing advice from the Federal Government has left the public confused about the right steps to take regarding vaccination.

“What we need is a Prime Minister who takes responsibility, doesn’t point the finger at others, and I think that adds to the confusion.”

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