Sam Armytage says ‘Australians are far smarter than Hollywood’ amid the Covid-19 vaccine rollout


‘Australians are far smarter than Hollywood’: Sam Armytage slams ‘hopeless’ American politicians – as she encourages ‘intelligent’ Aussie fans to get the Covid jab

Samantha Armytage has come out swinging against politicians from across the pond in the US, as Hollywood continues to battle low vaccination numbers and a deluge of Covid-19 misinformation.  

Writing in her regular column for Stellar this weekend, the former Sunrise host, 44, blasted America’s ‘hopeless’ political leaders for allowing Hollywood to be ‘shut down’ by the virus. 

‘This story has everything Tinseltown thrives on: deception, grief, conflict, a new reality and, of course, a few hopeless politicians along the way,’ Samantha lamented. 

Australians are far smarter than Hollywood’: Sam Armytage, 44, (pictured) has slammed ‘hopeless’ American politicians and encouraged ‘intelligent’ Aussie fans to get the Covid jab

And, while the vaccine debate rages on in America, Samantha reminded her fellow Australians that ‘the sooner we’re all vaccinated, the sooner we can resume normal transmission’. 

‘We can rest assured that we have a reliable TGA and that most Australians are far smarter than Hollywood, and certainly more intelligent than many who run for politics,’ she said.    

As of last week, 51 per cent of Californians have been fully vaccinated, a number well below some northeastern states.  

Get it done, Australia! And, while the vaccine debate rages on in America, Samantha reminded her fellow Australians that 'the sooner we're all vaccinated, the sooner we can resume normal transmission'

Get it done, Australia! And, while the vaccine debate rages on in America, Samantha reminded her fellow Australians that ‘the sooner we’re all vaccinated, the sooner we can resume normal transmission’

Both of Australia’s vaccines currently in use – Pfizer and AstraZeneca – were approved by the country’s regulator, the Theraputic Goods Administration, early this year after completing phase three trials. 

On Friday Scott Morrison outlined a four-phase transition towards living with Covid and finally ending the cycle of lockdowns and border closures.

The Prime Minister hailed a ‘new deal for Australians’ as he explained the stages titled vaccinate, prepare and pilot; post vaccination phase; consolidation phase; and final phase. 

'I have made it very clear today what is on the other side': On Friday Scott Morrison (pictured) outlined a four-phase transition towards living with Covid and finally ending the cycle of lockdowns and border closures

‘I have made it very clear today what is on the other side’: On Friday Scott Morrison (pictured) outlined a four-phase transition towards living with Covid and finally ending the cycle of lockdowns and border closures

The pace of the plan – which will eventually let the country manage Covid like flu – depends on the vaccine rollout, with lockdowns eliminated once a certain percentage of Aussies have been fully jabbed with two doses.

‘I have made it very clear today what is on the other side. If we all get vaccinated then this all changes,’ Mr Morrison said.

‘The pathway we have agreed today gives all Australians encouragement and much needed hope in what has been a very difficult time.’

The plan was announced after 12 million Australians were locked down due to several outbreaks across the nation.

'Much needed hope': The Prime Minister hailed a 'new deal for Australians' as he explained the stages titled vaccinate, prepare and pilot; post vaccination phase; consolidation phase; and final phase. Pictured with NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian (right)

‘Much needed hope’: The Prime Minister hailed a ‘new deal for Australians’ as he explained the stages titled vaccinate, prepare and pilot; post vaccination phase; consolidation phase; and final phase. Pictured with NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian (right) 

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