As I said, the key here, and while we’re having this conversation, is an incredibly positive one, because what it’s shown is that we did not expect to be in a position where the double vaccination rate has come forward in the way that it has and what a great thing that is.
And our commitment to the people of our state has been – we can get vaccinated and reach those target, we can open up freely. That has been our commitment. That has been our agreement with the people of NSW.
Having said that, there has been concerns raised about regional NSW. If you look at those double vaccination rates.
I have not had many discussions with my ministerial colleagues in relation to that aspect, yet. We are having that meeting tomorrow. That will be an issue that will be discussed. The deputy premier, as the National party’s leader in New South Wales, will obviously have a view. And that will be considered.
But in government, we have these constructive discussions with each other before we have them with the media. That’s where policy is determined and that’s where we will be tomorrow.