The Prince Alfred hotel in Port Melbourne is located directly across the road from the Port Melbourne Town Hall vaccination clinic.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
The hotel was offering those who had been vaccinated to come across and enjoy a free drink on the house, hoping to do their bit to encourage Australians to roll up their sleeves and get jabbed.
The Therapeutic Goods Administration contacted the bar on Wednesday to inform it they could not offer such a promotion, leading the Prime Minister to say the government are working to 'get it sorted' with 150,000 jabs being given weekly.
'Cheers to the PA (Prince Alfred),' she said to Sunrise on Friday morning.
'They might want to be careful, there might not be enough kegs to back that one up.'
Prince Alfred Hotel co-owner Tom Streater (pictured) offered patrons a free beverage if they show a blue vaccination card, encouraging people to get their coronavirus shots
Morrison said while the TGA were doing their jobs, he saw the lighter side of the scheme and thought it was a creative idea.
'The TGA is doing a good job, the rules are there for important reasons,' he told Sunrise.
'It is a sensible rule, but in these circumstances, the national interest is to get