Leigh Sales has quizzed Prime Minister Scott Morrison about the “inconsistency” in Australia’s lockdown laws amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Morrison appeared on ABC’s 7.30 on Thursday night, where he faced questions from Sales on Australia’s progress fighting the coronavirus and when we can expect social distancing laws to be relaxed.
Sales asked Morrison if he accepted there had been “inconsistency in the restrictions that people find annoying”.
“Why can’t I sit in a park by myself and read a book, but I can go on a bus with other people?” she queried.
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Morrison said it had been tough to get the messaging consistent across all states, given how large this crisis has become and how quickly it has moved.
“Look, on a practical level on the ground and the way…