Tehan blames supply, restrictions for vaccine rollout failures | News Breakfast

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The Finance Minister Dan Tehan speaks to News Breakfast about the Government’s vaccine rollout problems and his upcoming trip to ensure more vaccine supply, and whether Scott Morrison should apologise to former Australia Post CEO Christine Holgate.

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