Stuart Robert says ‘nothing’s set in stone’ and leaves the door open for changes despite the Coalition’s hard push for states to stick to national plan
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A Morrison government minister has left the door open to changing the national reopening plan amid growing concerns about the health system’s capacity to cope with increasing Covid-19 case numbers.
“Goodness, anything could change next week,” the federal employment minister, Stuart Robert, told the ABC’s Insiders program on Sunday.
Read the original article at The Guardian