Around 12 million Australians are waking up in lockdown this morning, the Australian Medical Association is urging people under 60 to wait for the Pfizer vaccine if they can and homegrown tennis star Ash Barty has advanced to the second round of Wimbledon.

Home Affairs Minister Karen Andrews is cranky about the comments from Annastacia Palaszczuk and Stephen Miles earlier in the day about people being allowed to travel to and from Australia multiple times.
Shes described the remarks as a smokescreen to hide the inefficiency and ineffectiveness of quarantine that is administered and managed by the Queensland government.
Home Affairs Mnister Karen Andrews.
Ms Andrews says Border Force data shows that 80 per cent of returning travellers are Australian citizens, permanent residents or immediate family members.
The Australian Border Force has now issued a statement dealing with the misrepresentations that have been made about the statistics of incoming passengers earlier today, she said.
Quite frankly, what Premier Palaszczuk and her deputy Stephen Miles are doing is trying to create a distraction from their own quarantine failures. The reason that we are in lockdown here, particularly in south-east Queensland, but also in parts of northern Queensland are because of failures by the Palaszczuk government.
Ms Andrews also took aim at Ms Palaszczuk over her potential travel to Tokyo for the Olympics, which the premier said the other week was the reason why she was getting the Pfizer vaccine even though her age put her in the group to have AstraZeneca.
Shes arguing against her own travel to Tokyo, Ms Andrews said. It will be interesting to see what Palaszczuk now has to say about whether or not shes going to travel to Tokyo.