Australians are being encouraged to share their experiences online of getting a coronavirus jab as the federal government tackles vaccine hesitancy.
Scott Morrison has conceded the coronavirus vaccine rollout in disability care needs to be stepped up.
Health authorities are urging Australians not to jump to conclusions amid reports of a man dying eight days after receiving a coronavirus vaccination.
The federal government has promised to do all it can to help the thousands of Australians stranded in India return home once flights restart from the coronavirus battleground.
All over-50s will be able to get the AstraZeneca vaccine from next month as the nation’s leaders reset the coronavirus jab rollout.
Job seekers will soon be given upfront cash payments so they can move for work, in a policy tweak that demonstrates the Morrison government’s workforce relocation policies have been a flop.