Messaging around vaccine rollout has ‘changed for the better’

The messaging surrounding Australia’s vaccine rollout has changed, and "changed for the better," according to Sky News host Paul Murray.

"The federal government is now starting to use language people understand about the size of the number of people who are getting the jab every week," he said.

It comes after Health Minister Greg Hunt confirmed there has been 1.33 million vaccine doses administered in the past week, noting "that’s almost the population of Adelaide".

Mr Murray said "hope is what’s needed".

"Yes, not enough, but we are starting to tick off big population centres every single week."