- Jan 2, 2006
Let us spare a thought for our Victorian ASF members this weekend.
and for all the hearing impaired, those for whom lip reading has become much more problematic.
Doubtless the genii behind this will grant the hearing impaired an exemption!and for all the hearing impaired, those for whom lip reading has become much more problematic.
Go the pies!!!A mate I know who lives in Melb sent me a photo, he has a set of masks on the hat rack in the hallway for parents and kids.
To help him I sent him check list. He is avid Collingwood.
Eagles Scarf. Check.
Absolutely Agree!! It would be the most un-Australian thing to do to not help our Victorian mates.Whilst this is happening in Victoria, it needs to be seen as a national problem and approached accordingly in my view.
Much as we've done with every other disaster for at least half a century be that fire, flood, bridges collapsing or whatever. Don't argue about the detail of state borders and who's paying, just do whatever can be done.
We have managed KNOWN cases exceptionally well in Australia. I dont think importing the sick into dedicated hospital wards should be an issue, if the Victorian facilities cannot keep up. I pray that they don't get to that level, but my fear is, it is not looking good. I trust the other states are working on the logistics NOW in unison.And be ready in advance to open our icu in qld wa for southern Australia patients in the coming months.
We had terrible examples in France of patients airlifted or driven to free hospital beds outside cluster zones and being sent back as they lacked paperwork..make sure it does not happen here.
we are seing our first and probably only wave on its way
Mr Andrews said around 400 health workers currently have a coronavirus infection. (Today's press conference)
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