Sumary of Victorian Premier hints at future where vaccinated Aussies granted more freedoms:
- The Victorian Premier has hinted at a future where Aussies vaccinated against Covid-19 would be granted more freedoms than those who haven’t received the jab.
- When questioned about the possibility, Daniel Andrews said there was “genuine interest” in the idea.
- “They all reduce the likelihood of that, but you’re not 100 per cent protected from getting it or giving it to others,” Mr Andrews said.
- Camera IconVictorian Premier Daniel Andrews hints at a future where Aussies vaccinated against Covid-19 would be granted more freedoms.
- NCA NewsWire / Ian Currie Credit: News Corp AustraliaThe Premier said more people needed to be vaccinated before authorities considered granting more freedoms to those who had been inoculated with both jabs.
- “Once we’ve got many, many more people with the jab we can then have a discussion about what that might mean for them — freedom of movement, changes that deal with some of the risks we face,” Mr Andrews said.
- Camera IconThe rollout has administered 10.1 million doses so far.