It’s been nearly two months since Scott Morrison unveiled his National COVID-19 Coordination Commission, a body staffed largely by business, public service and former political leaders, that was intended to plan Australia’s pandemic recovery.
But since then, it’s not entirely clear what the commission has actually done. Instead, it’s faced scrutiny over a lack of transparency, and apparent promotion of business interests.
Who’s on the commission?
Lots of well-connected people from the corporate sector, but very little health experience. The commissioners are: