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Morrison on back foot as national cabinet meets to revive beleaguered vaccine rollout

Vaccine hesitancy, supply and speeding up rollout the focus as meetings resume

Tackling growing vaccine hesitancy, supply and speeding up the rollout will be the main focus of the renewed biweekly national cabinet meetings, as Scott Morrison continues to raise the possibility of home quarantine – an option that will need the states’ approval to move forward.

On Sunday, both the prime minister, and health minister Greg Hunt, hinted that vaccinated Australians may be allowed to travel overseas and quarantine at home, rather than in hotels, in the second half of the year.

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