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Dr. Sonia Fullerton 😷 Sep 26
I don't care who made the decision about private security, maybe no one person really did. Let's concentrate on managing the pandemic, aged care, health care worker infections
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bradpsychology Sep 23
The worst thing about living in Melbourne is the media constantly telling us how we feel. Apparently we are angry, losing patience, and demanding beers despite the polls showing we are grateful to our premier for keeping us safe.
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Stephen Parnis Sep 26
Our response to the 2nd Wave of hasn't been perfect, & we must look for the lessons to be learned. We owe it to those who have died. But at the same time, we should be proud of our immense achievement in getting to this point. A careful recovery.
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Stella Yee Sep 26
Good grief . Yesterday you ask whether anyone in Vic govt should resign, and now you questioned whether the Health Minister should have resigned in the middle of a pandemic and what message that sends 🤷🏻‍♀️🤦🏻‍♀️
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Ash Leahy Sep 25
Melbourne should do to the Herald Sun, as the people of Liverpool did to Murdoch's The Sun. Ban the cesspit of a paper from our city. During this second wave they have been hugely divisive & dangerous. They're against the public health of all Victorians.
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PRGuy Sep 21
Dan Andrews response is now held up as the gold standard internationally, and the system will likely go on to save countless lives around the world in the fight against . A proud moment for Victorians and all Australians.
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Ash Leahy Sep 26
This is why the majority of Victorians look on in disdain and embarrassment at our esteemed media & conservative opposition, which frame the Vic 2nd wave as an exclusive Andrews Govt event, and not what it is, a freakin global pandemic.
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Kane Sep 26
Our reward for exceeding expectations? Minimal easing, more fines, stricter face coverings and the removal of their illegal curfew. I had hope that today would be a good day. I was wrong to have any faith in
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Chiquita Yelland Sep 26
Does anyone know the time for when we'll be hearing of the latest COVID update and route forward? I'm a bit slow this morning! Any help would be appreciated :))
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Patrick Kelly Sep 26
(Paraphrasing) “So you can’t meet in the backyard...but what about the front yard?” - an actual question at the presser. Are. You. For. Real?
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Sophie Elsworth Sep 26
New medical breakthrough: Covid-19 no longer deadly between 9pm & 5am from September 28. Incredible. 😷
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Ash Leahy Sep 26
If we followed the Liberal roadmap, according to the Burnet Institute, we would have 100+ cases a day in 4 weeks
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Matt Reddin Sep 20
Dan Andrews is getting to the point of not putting up with Rachel Baxendale's badgering, hectoring bullshit for a minute longer. Which is, quite honestly, awesome.
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Sophie Elsworth Sep 26
Fact: 0.006% of Victorians have Covid-19 right now. 😷
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PRGuy Sep 21
HUGE NEWS: Premier Daniel Andrews response being held up internationally as world's best. AND shows Andrews' approval rating increased 5 points during Stage 4. AND Strong majority of Victorians support lockdowns. 🥳🎉
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RelsBels Sep 21
Dear Melbourne, Do not open up early. Love, Spain, UK, USA, Brazil, Belgium, Italy, Poland, The Netherlands, France, Germany, Switzerland.......
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PRGuy 21h
VICTORIA. 5. 5 NEW CASES TODAY! We were told this number was impossible. Guess what. We did it! Congratulations all of us and thank you Dan Andrews for never giving up.
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PatriciaKarvelas Sep 26
I am crying real tears of joy that my poor children no longer have to hang out with us every single day
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VicGovDHHS Sep 20
: Yesterday there were 11 new cases & the loss of 2 lives reported. Our thoughts are with all affected. The 14 day rolling average & number of cases with unknown source are down from yesterday as we move toward COVID Normal. Info
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PRGuy Sep 26
Replying to @PRGuy17
Anger at the media in Victoria is white-hot. Most Victorians (and this has been thoroughly demonstrated) support their government and are working hard to do their bit to fight . The media antagonises the public daily with its batshit crazy pitchfork mob mentality.
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