The federal government has admitted the coronave is a serious problem, and its plan to help people cope has been slow to take hold.
Key points: Health Minister Peter Dutton says he will introduce a new bill in the next three weeks to provide support to those in vulnerable groups like Indigenous peopleThe Government is also pushing for the reintroduction of mandatory vaccinations for those aged over 18The Government says it is now considering introducing mandatory vaccination for those over 18 years of ageThe Government’s response has been poor, and has left many in the community questioning why the Government is spending so much time trying to fight the coronvirus outbreak.
On Tuesday, the Health Minister said he would introduce a bill in Parliament in the coming weeks to establish the government is serious about tackling the coronaves pandemic.
“This is an extremely complex situation, and we’re working hard to get the ball rolling,” he said.
In response to this, Indigenous leaders are calling on the Government to implement mandatory vaccination, and to do more to help the communities that face this crisis.””
But it’s important to recognise that we can’t simply fix a problem by throwing more money at it.”
In response to this, Indigenous leaders are calling on the Government to implement mandatory vaccination, and to do more to help the communities that face this crisis.
“The Government has spent a lot of money to combat the coronivirus outbreak, and it’s not really working,” Indigenous leader Pauline Hanson said.
Topics:health,covid-19,health,hobart-7000,australiaFirst posted November 08, 2018 13:03:51More stories from New South Wales