Premier promises freedoms for vaccinated, National Cabinet to discuss exit plan | 9 News Australia

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NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has promised more freedoms for fully vaccinated people, as the state surpassed six million COVID-19 vaccinations. National Cabinet is set to discuss the national plan for reopening this week, with disagreement currently on when COVID-19 restrictions will ease.

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