Remarks: We need a new strategy; Time to find the way to live with COVID-19. Stop The Virus Getting Into Aged Care Homes, Isolating Order Enforcement, as Taiwan did. FULL STORY HERE: https://www.4cmitv.com/2020/08/04/2020-aug-04-sensible-talk-by-andrew-bolt-covid-19-au-time-to-face-the-very-long-haul/
Sky News host Andrew Bolt says the devastation of more lockdowns if the virus isn’t kept at bay in Victoria would be too shocking, while forcing citizens to comply would make governments look “more like police states”.
Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews on Sunday announced that his government would be placing metropolitan Melbourne and the Mitchell Shire into stage four lockdowns, whilst instituting an 8PM curfew.
The Victorian government has also revealed which services and workplaces will be forced to close down, with business shutdowns leading to the loss of an expected 250,000 workers.
“There’s this desperate idea going around – this great hope – that if we just clamp down on this virus for a few months we’ll be rescued,” Mr Bolt said.
“So just push on a bit longer with these bans, and it will soon be over. Except the head of the World Health Organisation last night said not quite.
“A vaccine might be years away. Or the virus could keep mutating. Or immunity may last only a few months. Or work imperfectly.
“We may have to settle in for the long haul. The very long haul.”
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Original-Source: Sky News Australia
Original-Source-Published: Aug 4, 2020
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