|−|[/news/scott-morrison/index.html Scott Morrison] insists a [/news/coronavirus/index.html coronavirus] vaccine will not be rolled out to Australians unless it's safe enough for his own children.<br>The prime minister on Sunday night talked up Australia's deals worth $3.5billion to buy and produce millions of doses of four vaccines if they are approved by regulators.<br>'All the four vaccines we've invested in are proving to be on track and were looking to have them distributed in the first quarter of next year,' he told [ ]. <br>The Australian leader though said no vaccine would be distributed around Australia until authorities are 100 per cent certain it is safe for the public to use.<br> A chemist is pictured at AstraZeneca's headquarters in Sydney on August 19.<br><br>Prime Minister Scott Morrison has insisted a coronavirus vaccine will not be rolled out to Australians unless it's completely safe<br> The Australian leader said on Sunday night no vaccine would be distributed around Australia until authorities can be 100 per cent certain it is safe<br>'I want to [http://www.homeclick.com/web/search/search.aspx?Ntt=assure%20Australians assure Australians] about the vaccines that are made available to them - they must be safe.<br>'There will be no compromises on safety and on health.<br>'That vaccine has to be good enough for my family to be good enough for everyone else and their families too.'<br>Mr Morrison previously said vulnerable and front line workers will be the first to receive the vaccine as soon as one is deemed to be safe. <br> RELATED ARTICLES [# Previous] [# 1] [# Next] [/news/article-8997329/Scott-Morrison-supports-wine-industry-China-introduces-212-cent-tariff.html Scott Morrison vows to help embattled farmers after China...] [/news/article-8996871/HomeBuilder-grants-extended-funding-boosted-900million.html Homeowners offered FREE slice of $900million pot for home... ] <br><br><br><br>Share this article<br>Share<br><br><br>The first doses are expected to arrive on December 28, but a decision on approval by the Therapeutic Goods Administration will take until late January.<br>He earlier this week revealed Australians who refuse to get a vaccine could be forced to quarantine for two weeks when they enter the country unless they have a 'genuine medical reason' not to get the jab.<br>The prime minister previously said a vaccine, which is expected to roll out in March, will be optional but the government will find ways to encourage people to take it. <br> Pictured: Vials reading 'COVID-19'.<br><br>Australians have been told they could be forced to quarantine for two weeks when they enter the country<br>Mr Morrison's comments came as the resumption of wild animal wet markets in Asia sparked a dire warning they could spark more pandemics across the globe. <br>Covid-19 is believed to have originated and spread from animals to humans at a marketplace in Wuhan, in China's Hubei province<br>Environmental investigator Steven Galster went undercover in Bangkok's Chatuchak wildlife market in a 60 Minutes expose in March - claiming the filthy conditions had the potential to spark a 'second Wuhan'. <br>The covert footage showed cramped cages full of blue-tongued lizards, iguanas, monkeys, Australian cockatoos, African meerkats, ferrets, rare tortoises, porcupines, snakes and skunks, among others. <br> Environmental investigator Steven Galster's covert footage in March showed cramped cages full of blue- tongued lizards, iguanas, monkeys, [https://www.kynghidongduong.vn/blog/du-lich-bali-tuyet-voi-nhu- the- nao.html kynghidongduong.vn] cockatoos, African meerkats, ferrets, rare tortoises, porcupines, snakes, skunks and other animals<br> Pictured: Bangkok's Chatuchak wildlife market has the potential to spark a 'second Wuhan', Mr Galster warned<br>On Sunday night, the anti-animal trafficking expert said the reopening of the market in the months since could spark another pandemic. <br>'We need to ban the commercial trade of wild animals just the same way we banned slavery, ' Mr Galster said. <br>'That's the point of history we're at right now - if we don't do that we're definitely going to have a pandemic and it could be much worse than this one.<br>'We were successful in closing it down but unfortunately they've re-opened.' <br>Mr Galster has said in March animals lumped together in wet markets that are not normally in close contact in the wild are particularly vulnerable to viruses.<br>While being kept in squalid conditions at the markets, those viruses can leap to humans who handle them. <br> Environmental investigator and human rights campaigner Steven Galster believes Chatuchak illegla wildlife market in Bangkok is 'Wuhan in the making'<br>Mr Galster said he believed Chatuchak was a 'Wuhan in the making'.<br>'It's a prescription for disaster, [https://www.kynghidongduong.vn/blog/du-lich-bali-tuyet-voi-nhu-the -nao.html du lịch ba li] all within this small, hot room ready to infect somebody,' he said.<br>Mr Galster said not just Chinese wildlife markets should be shut down, but also illegal trading hubs in Indonesia, Laos, Cambodia and Burma. <br>The virus is suspected to have crossed to humans from the pangolin - a type of scaly anteater - which is the most trafficked wild animal in the world. <br> Alarming undercover footage revealed how overseas food markets are still selling 'high-risk' wildlife<br>'It's a wild animal that's been taken out of its natural environment, consumed in some way, come into contact with people in an unnatural way,' Mr Galster said.<br>'I think the pangolin… whose only defence is to curl up into a ball, has decided that conservationists weren't doing enough, it struck back itself.<br>'I think this is mother nature's revenge.<br><br>We're not surprised. We've been working on this for years, and we're trying to warn people that this is global. <br>'There are sleeping time bombs across the region right now.'<br><div class= "art-ins mol-factbox news" data-version= "2" id= "mol- b94ff660-322b-11eb-9ecd-4975d4506efe" website says vaccine won't be rolled out until he's sure it's safe |+|
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