"We really did worry about this notion, but by having a small group of people across the parties, then that was the approach", Mr Hunt said.
He also revealed that Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese, two other members of the opposition, and Greens Leader Adam Bandt had been invited to receive their first doses during the first week of the rollout, while he would receive the AstraZeneca vaccine alongside federal health department secretary Brendan Murphy in the coming weeks.
"We've provisioned so that ... every Australian has access to vaccines".
On Saturday, thousands of people attended anti-vaccine rallies in major Australian cities to protest what they incorrectly believed to be mandatory vaccinations.
Guido said the warning means they can't return to the convention center for any reason - including a vaccine, COVID-19 test, convention or show.
Border and managed isolation and quarantine (MIQ) workers will be the first to be vaccinated.
Health Minister Greg Hunt says the vaccines are safe for all.
Science, technology and innovation minister Khairy Jamaluddin said that by March 29, Malaysia is expected to get 1.35 million doses of Pfizer vaccine.
A vaccine centre will also be set up at Melbourne Airport to vaccinate flight crew, customs workers and other airport staff.
"And it's about protection for those people who are most at risk and progressively for all Australians". "It's hard for a lot of them to follow infection control measures", junior health minister Andrei Baciu told AFP.
Australia has been relatively successful in containing the virus to date, with nearly 29,000 cases and 909 deaths in a population of 25 million.
"Please, for yourself, your family, your community, this country, take the vaccine when it's your turn and it's available".
"All of HHS and St. Joe's [alternate level of care patients] and our Satellite Health Facility patients who want vaccine have been vaccinated", Gauthier said.
And with vaccines yet to reach the majority of people nearly everywhere, countries continue to resort to familiar methods to limit infections.
Canadian public health officials released alarming new modeling Friday indicating that even current public health measures will not be enough to contain a third wave if fueled by faster spreading variants of Covid-19.