Fired-up Sunrise hosts David Koch and Natalie Barr have asked the question that every Australian wants answered about rapid antigen tests - where are they?
The Sunrise hosts posed the question to the Health Minister on Thursday morning as shortages of rapid antigen tests persist across the country.
While Mr Hunt assured the government has been working to secure stock since August, supply remains scarce around the country with the situation unlikely to improve for weeks.
'Where are they though? If you started buying since August, why can't we buy them at pharmacies at the moment and supermarkets?,' quizzed Koch.
Sunrise hosts David Koch and Natalie Barr have quizzed Health Minister Greg Hunt in a tense interview on Thursday about rapid antigen test shortages in Australia (pictured)
Mr Hunt said there were 'challenges at the moment' with supply of RATs all around the world, including in the US and UK.
But Koch was quick to fire back.
'Not really. Not really. I have a daughter who sends tests to us here. Because she just buys them by the bucket load in London.'
'And if you've been buying since August, where are they?' interjected Barr.
Mr Hunt reiterated the federal government