Labor's candidate for Higgins told the government its COVID experts were not up to the job
1 month ago - By Sydney Morning Herald
In leaked correspondence to a senior Coalition minister, Michelle Ananda-Rajah lobbied the government to change the personnel on the Australian Health Protection Principal Committee.
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