sacked government minister Darren Chester apologizes for offering a vaccine after the Prime Minister refused to do so

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Gippsland Nationals member says he’s sorry for the federal government’s handling of vaccine rollout amid outcry over The Prime Minister’s unwillingness to apologize of the difficulties people face in immunization.

Since then, Scott Morrison has said “sorry” for the challenges his government faced with the introduction of the COVID-19 vaccine earlier in the year, but not before Darren Chester — who was sacked From the Department of Veterans Affairs last month – they took to Facebook to address the issue.

“I’m sorry it took longer than people expected, and I’m sorry that some people have lost faith in our government and our global health system as a result,” the post said.

Despite the apology, Mr. Chester blamed media reports for negative reactions to AstraZeneca Vaccine on its “bad reputation,” which has led to increased scrutiny of state-owned Pfizer’s procurement deals.

“In terms of demanding additional supplies from Pfizer, it’s a bit difficult to convince a rich country with so few cases to get limited supplies from developing countries with thousands of deaths daily,” he said.

Mr. Chester said the startup will continue to accelerate as more Pfizer arrives in Australia.

“It has taken 45 days to vaccinate the first million Australians and a million doses have been administered in the past seven days,” he said.


This afternoon, Mr Morrison, who has been criticized for his stance on the issue’s issues, apologized for the challenges the government has faced.

“I am certainly sorry that we were not able to achieve the marks we had hoped for at the beginning of this year,” he said.


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