Allison Langdon has blasted Australia's 'proper mess' of a vaccine rollout as she tried to get a definitive answer on the question no one can agree on.
Extraordinary bickering broke out between federal and state governments on Wednesday about whether younger Australians should be allowed to have the AstraZenaca vaccine.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Scott Morrison said GPs who administered the jab to under-60s who signed a waiver would be given legal immunity, after an emergency national cabinet meeting on Monday night.
But Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk rejected the plan, saying there was nothing agreed with the states and urged Queenslanders to follow the earlier advice and only seek the Pfizer vaccine if they are under 60.
Australia's Covid-19 vaccine program has been heavily criticised by citizens and ministers alike after a report found the nation has recorded the slowest rollout of 38 OECD nations
Sick of the mixed messages, Today show host Langdon said the country's leaders were betraying the Australian public in a time of crisis and demanded a clear direction for its vaccination program.
'We have politicians and chief health officers bickering with each other, we are stuck in the middle as this is being politicised. We're wondering what we should do,' she said on Thursday.
With more than 12 million Australians locked down across the country due to the latest outbreak of the highly-contagious Delta variant, she said the only way out is 'to get people vaccinated'.
Langdon was joined by Professor Bill Bowtell on the program, seeking