LIVE: Health Minister gives update on review into former government’s vaccine deals | ABC News

Live: health minister gives update on review into former government's vaccine deals | abc news

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Health Minister Mark Butler and Professor Jane Halton hold a press conference on the independent review of Australia’s COVID-19 vaccine and treatment procurements.

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