- NSW Police Minister David Elliott described the protesters as "a whole lot of halfwits"
- Epidemiologist Catherine Bennett said controlling transmission at such an event was "virtually impossible"
- Police are sifting through video from the protest to try to identify people who attended
Polio once too hold of the un-vaccinated and now in Florida 97% of the dead and hospitalised are suffering the same fate and increasing
He's a role model Christian who takes no responsibility for his action
Our Leader. His CV was hidden from us. Sacked by NZ and Australia don't we deserve to know why?
It's amazing what you can do if your pushed to try. Pity they didn't earlier
Federal government buys booster shots
By James Massola and Aisha Dow
The federal government has secured an extra 85 million booster doses of the Pfizer vaccine for 2022 and 2023, as Australia’s top vaccine advisory group urged everyone in Sydney to get jabbed “with any available vaccine” due to a shortage of Pfizer doses.
Sixty million of the Pfizer doses will be delivered in 2022 and another 25 million in 2023, in addition to the 40 million already due to arrive in Australia this year.
But the vast majority of the 2021 allocation of Pfizer will arrive in the fourth quarter and while approximately one million doses of the vaccine are due to arrive each week – after a painfully slow start – Australia has experienced massive shortages until now.