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Federal minister admits Australia’s reopening plan ‘could change’ as Covid continues to strain hospitals

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

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.

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