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9 News Australia published this video item, entitled “Coronavirus: Scott Morrison throws doubt on vaccine rollout | 9 News Australia” – below is their description.
Australians desperate to get home may have to wait longer, with our National Cabinet today deciding against increasing caps on overseas arrivals. The Prime Minister also throwing doubt on the timing of the country’s vaccine roll out.9 News Australia YouTube Channel
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