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ABC News (Australia) published this video item, entitled “COVID failures in aged care, Naomi Osaka withdraws from French Open & education divides | The Drum” – below is their description.
TONIGHT: should a COVID vaccine be mandatory if you work in aged care – and if so, have leaders done enough to help workers get vaccinated?
PLUS: Naomi Osaka withdraws from the French Open citing mental health concerns, and a clash with officials over refusing media.
Joining Ellen Fanning:
– Lisa Jackson Pulver, Deputy Vice Chancellor at the University of Sydney
– Dr Neela Janakiramanan, Reconstructive Plastic Surgeon
– Daniel D’Hotman, Director of Research & Operations at the Blueprint Institute
– Ewen Jones, former Federal LNP MemberABC News (Australia) YouTube Channel
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