The shadow health minister Chris Bowen joins Guardian Australia political editor Katharine Murphy to discuss the opposition’s role during the coronavirus pandemic and the future of the Labor party. Bowen says the opposition’s strategy has been to concentrate on suggesting ways the government can improve their response while holding the government to account on things they could be doing better, such as the Covidsafe app. He also discusses the need for the party to find a cohesive message at the next election, using an economic agenda to create change and ensure no one gets left behind.