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Scott Morrison spun a Covid vaccine story the public believed – and then it fell apart | Paul Karp

How forgiving are Australians likely to be? If history is any guide, things could get ugly for the prime minister

It was in November that Scott Morrison said the government’s Covid-19 strategy would put “Australia at the front of the queue for a safe and effective vaccine”.

After the subsequent disasters of 3.1m AstraZeneca vaccines that have not arrived and now a blood clot warning slapped on the use by everyone under 50 of what is our only domestically-produced vaccine, it’s worth noting that this boast was already doomed from the moment it was uttered.

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