Labor is ramping up its rhetoric on the coronavirus, criticising the Morrison government for a slow rollout of a COVID-19 vaccine. The TGA (Therapeutic Goods Association) is expected to approve the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine and the Pfizer vaccine in January. The federal government though maintains the rollout of the vaccines will not begin until march. Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese has labelled the rollout too slow, and criticised the government for not preparing earlier. “Australia is not at the front of the queue, we’ve never been at the front of the queue,” he said. “Other nations got to the front of the queue back in March of last year, and Australia isn’t at that point yet.”


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