工党议员Tanya Plibersek就散播冠状病毒的不实信息在议会直面自由党议员Craig Kelly。<br />
Plibersek told Kelly's that she was worried about the "crazy conspiracy theory" he spread.
Prime Minister Morrison reportedly wanted to call Kelly on Tuesday to raise concerns about his social media posts.
Plibersek said during the conflict: "My mother lives in your electorate. I don't want her to come into contact with people who refuse to get vaccinated because of the crazy conspiracy theories you spread."
Kelly replied, "You are spreading false information."
Kelly denied spreading false information about the unproven new crown treatment, saying that he only posted health advice supported by "senior and qualified medical experts."
He told reporters: "Let us talk about facts and science to ensure that our country has the best way to end this Covid crisis as soon as possible."
Kelly said that he is not an anti-vaccine person, and that he would ask his family doctor about receiving the new crown vaccine.
He said he expressed government support for vaccines during the phone call with Morrison.
"The Prime Minister asked me to personally say that I am not an anti-vaccine person, and I support the government's vaccine launch."
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