It was good news this morning on vaccines:
Australia has clinched a potentially game-changing deal to triple its access to Pfizer Covid-19 vaccines to one million doses a week from July 19 as Sydney almost certainly faces another seven-day lockdown extension, with authorities struggling to contain the outbreak in the city’s southwest.
Scott Morrison on Thursday announced a dramatic acceleration of the vaccination program in Sydney – including 150,000 extra doses of Pfizer and 150,000 AstraZeneca vaccines – and additional financial aid for affected residents as Gladys Berejiklian warned the lockdown could be extended beyond next Friday if infection rates did not fall.
But it turns out that it was the usual Liar from the Shire:
Nothing in there about “dramatic acceleration”.