Sydney would be in ‘different situation’ if it took tougher action



Labor’s Tony Burke says if Prime Minister Scott Morrison didn’t put pressure on New South Wales to not lock down then the state would be in a very different situation.

New South Wales on Monday recorded a further 207 new COVID-19 cases as Premier Gladys Berejiklian pushed for vaccination rates to increase.

“Any decisions that are made, if they are made on solid health advice, we have tended to back them in,” Mr Burke told Sky News Australia.

“It’s pretty clear that when Mr Morrison was putting pressure on New South Wales, and trying to keep them in a situation of not locking down, we’d be in a very different situation now if they had taken tougher action then.”



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