Host: Radio National Breakfast. The Project. Harvard Nieman Fellow ‘16. And some other stuff too.
THIS is really hard to watch. Really distressing. But before you go to a pub, or to Bondi, or to a party this weekend, think about what could happen if we don’t take this seriously:
We are being slightly inundated with questions for #qanda following today’s #COVID ー19 developments. We’ll do our best to answer as many as possible tomorrow with the Deputy CMO Prof Paul Kelly, Dr@normanswan and Prof Sharon Lewin. 9.30pm on @ABCTV iView and all the socials.
⚡️Almost 50 people who travelled on the cruise ship at the centre of a coronavirus outbreak in Sydney have returned positive COVID-19 tests, NSW health authorities say.
For the record, here’s what the government thought about the connection between bushfires and climate change earlier in the fire season: my interview with the Deputy Prime Minister 8 weeks ago today??
I've been hosting @RNBreakfast during a period of extreme drought, extreme fire & extreme weather. It is hard to ignore how many politicians and senior leaders have told me that asking about climate is either the wrong question, or not the right time. It happened again today.
The curve. “Total, compete personal isolation and social distancing is the only way to prevent disaster in Australia. It’s now or never. Every day on an exponential curve is so critical.” Dan Suan, Staff Specialist, Immunology Westmead Hospital & researcher at Garvan Inst.