Barliaro working on freedoms to be provided at six million jabs

NSW Deputy Premier John Barliaro says he has been working with Chief Health Officer Dr Kerry Chant to determine what extra freedoms can be provided to vaccinated residents “to keep people’s hopes high” once six million jabs have been administered.

“I’ve been working with Dr Kerry Chant, I’ve been working with the chief psychiatrist,” he told Sky News Australia.  

“We’re weighing up a whole heap of options. You’ve got to weigh up the wellbeing measure, the benefit and then the risk."

Mr Barliaro said there was “one or two things that I think the premier’s been keen on trying to support the public to give them hope through September to make them feel better and then aim for that 70 per cent in October.”

NSW Deputy Premier John Barliaro says he has been working with Chief Health Officer Dr Kerry Chant to determine what extra freedoms can be provided to vaccinated residents “to keep people’s hopes high” once six million jabs have been administered.

“I’ve been working with Dr Kerry Chant, I’ve been working with the chief psychiatrist,” he told Sky News Australia.

“We’re weighing up a whole heap of options. You’ve got to weigh up the wellbeing measure, the benefit and then the risk.”

Mr Barliaro said there was “one or two things that I think the premier’s been keen on trying to support the public to give them hope through September to make them feel better and then aim for that 70 per cent in October.”
NSW Deputy Premier John Barliaro says he has been working with Chief Health Officer Dr Kerry Chant to determine what extra freedoms can be provided to vaccinated residents “to keep people’s hopes high” once six million jabs have been administered.

“I’ve been working with Dr Kerry Chant, I’ve been working with the chief psychiatrist,” he told Sky News Australia.

“We’re weighing up a whole heap of options. You’ve got to weigh up the wellbeing measure, the benefit and then the risk.”

Mr Barliaro said there was “one or two things that I think the premier’s been keen on trying to support the public to give them hope through September to make them feel better and then aim for that 70 per cent in October.”

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