Olympic gold medallist Libby Trickett asks Australia's leaders to 'grow up' and show leadership over COVID-19 on Q+A

Olympic gold medallist Libby Trickett asks Australia's leaders to 'grow up' and show leadership over COVID-19 on Q+A

Olympic gold medallist Libby Trickett asks Australia's leaders to 'grow up' and show leadership over COVID-19 on Q+A Prime Minister Scott Morrison finally said "sorry" for Australia's slow vaccine rollout on Thursday but for Q+A panellists it still wasn't enough. Key points: - Bill Shorten called on Prime Minister Scott Morrison to provide the nation a roadmap out of the current COVID situation - Panellists threw their support behind Brisbane hosting the 2032 Olympic Games and Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk - Questions were asked as to how vulnerable Australians in care homes had still not been fully vaccinated With more than 13 million Australians in lockdown as the Delta variant continues to spread throughout New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia, the question was put to the panel what the government can do to help Australians through this period and if politicians can actually act in a bipartisan manner. Olympic gold medallist Libby Trickett, who earlier revealed she has been taking anti-depressants during the pandemic, and had received her first Pfizer shot despite being under 40 and not in a …
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