Treasurer responds to fears there won’t be enough rapid antigen tests | News Breakfast

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More than 6 million Australians will have access to free rapid antigen tests, but pharmacists have said they fear widespread supply shortages mean they will struggle to meet demand. Federal Treasurer Josh Frydenberg joins News Breakfast.

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