Stephen Duckett on what’s wrong with the rollout.
Michelle Grattan discusses the vaccine rollout with Stephen Duckett.
When your back’s against the wall, attack is not necessarily the best means of defence. With this in mind, the word from Scott Morrison to his ministers is, lay off the states.
In countries such as Indonesia, politicised science can obscure real research. Open science has the potential to help filter out sketchy research and protect the public’s interests.
At first glance, Australia looks to be tracking poorly compared to the rest of the world. However, context is really important here.
Supply chain issues can be addressed – but the issues with the AstraZeneca vaccine are political, too.
University of Canberra Professorial Fellow Michelle Grattan and Director of the Institute for Governance & Policy Analysis, Dr Lain Dare discuss the week in politics.
The European Medicines Agency has said the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine is not associated with an increased overall risk of developing blood clots.
Two residents in a Brisbane aged-care home were given a higher dose of the Pfizer vaccine than recommended. Here’s what might have happened – and how we can reduce the risk it will happen again.
Years of vaccine research tells us that, if side effects are going to occur, they normally occur within the first months after getting a vaccine.
Kelly said of his decision, ‘If I’m to speak out and to use my voice the best I can, this is the best decision for myself and for the people that I represent.’
Australia’s keenly awaited COVID vaccine rollout begins today. So how will it work, and will the vaccine be the end of all our coronavirus-related problems?
Australia’s COVID vaccination program has begun with Scott Morrison joining a small group of recipients in a carefully orchestrated event,
The revelation of the alleged rape against a government staffer in 2019 has partially derailed a week that the government would have hoped to be dominated by the coronavirus vaccine rollout.
The logistical enterprise of vaccinating the Australian populace may be Morrison’s greatest test to date.
Scott Morrison on Monday will announce a $1.9 billion initial investment in the massive vaccine rollout which is due to start in late February.
The conflict shows just how high the political stakes are on all sides.
The COVID-19 vaccine rollout has fallen far short of President Trump’s promises. President Biden says he can fix that. Can he?
Currently, we don’t have the legal infrastructure or public forums needed to address the spread of coronavirus misinformation in Australia. A new proposal could help change that.
History tells us that mass vaccination campaigns are usually messy, while elsewhere, lower-income countries are turning to China, Russia and India for vaccines.
Australia is set to get the green light to roll out the Pfizer vaccine any day now. There is a complex process behind this.