Like the Grim Reaper, the spectre of Covid’s warped vaccines is stalking the major parties in the Australian federal election. Gone are the halcyon days of summer when Prime Minister Scott Morrison and immigration minister Alex Hawke took tennis star Novak Djokovic to court not once but twice to ban him from entering the country not just because he was unvaccinated, but because they knew it would be popular.
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