Is Victoria’s COVID-19 crisis the beginning, the middle or the end?
Michael is joined by John Ferguson, Associate Editor The Australian, who in covering Victoria’s COVID-19 crisis writes that ‘with every bad day, it is becoming increasingly unlikely that the government will hit its target of a six-week lockdown.’
‘This means a quarter of the national economy remains in hibernation for probably weeks more and a steadily climbing death toll after the lockdown began on July 8.’
‘Seventy-seven Victorians have died so far, with the fatality demographic lowering ominously from the 80s and 90s down to the 40s. There are babies (who have survived) among those who have contracted the virus.’
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