Alas authorites moved too slowly on the borders and social distancing and still are, at News:
Scott Morrison says Australia’s children should be going to school and there are no plans for closures, despite fears over the coronavirus.
The health advice is that schools should remain open,” the prime minister said just now .
“This is also what Singapore has done. Singapore has been one of the more successful countries. In Singapore, the schools are open.”
Singapore never let the virus get a foothold like we have. It chased it down with aggressive testing and social distancing. Now it has 266 cases and we have 450 despite it having a much denser population, getting the virus before us, and just three weeks ago Australia having zero local transmissions.
In short, this is a false analogy. Australian schools should shut.
The very sad truth is that ScoMo’s plague is now loose and, as Autumn turns Winter, we are going to be in for the worst of it:
We are now doubling every three days very consistently:
We are leading the spread in the southern hemisphere though it must be added that most other’s data can’t be trusted:
But it’s not ScoMo’s fault. It’s yours, at SBS:
That’s the blunt message from the prime minister to Australians in the wake of mass panic buying sparked by the spread of the coronavirus.
“It is not sensible, it is not helpful and it has been one of the most disappointing things I have seen in Australian behaviour in response to this crisis,” Scott Morrison told reporters in Canberra on Wednesday.
“It’s ridiculous, it’s un-Australian, and it must stop.”
In short, those that can see what a poor job the Morrison Government is doing and act to protect their families from it are at fault. Aside from anything else, how is anyone to social distance without some inventory?
I humbly suggest that ScoMo’s minders urgently stick him on a boat to Hawaii.
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