IN FULL: PM Scott Morrison announces 85 million addditional COVID booster shots | ABC News

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The Prime Minister Scott Morrison provides a national COVID-19 update from The Lodge. Mr Morrison says the anti-lockdown protests seen in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane were “selfish” and “self-defeating”, and would only risk lockdowns running further.

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