Prime Minister Scott Morrison has revealed the huge economic cost of the school shutdown as he warns re-opening schools is crucial.
Shutting down schools for classroom learning is having a big impact on the economy according to Scott Morrison.
“When it comes to schools, the school shut down … that flows through to around 304,000 jobs,’’ he said.Mr Morrison said the schools shutdown had impacted gross domestic product (GDP) by an estimated three per cent.The sector that’s been most impacted is the hospitality, food services and accommodation sector, which has seen a loss of about 441,000 jobs, even though its impact in terms of the percentage decline in GDP is lower, at 2 per cent.
In retail services, there’s been a 1 per cent decline and 146,000 jobs. Just under 120,000 in construction jobs, and around 108,000 in arts and recreation services jobs.The broader remaining industries have seen around a 4 per cent fall on GDP but that has translated proportionally to fewer lost jobs.
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he has done many good things， but certainly this is not agreed by most of us ScottMorrisonMP you keep saying kids don’t covid. Now you say there will be cases. What’s the deal? Stop confusing people. Open parliament. “Working from home” is not working for you If it’s such an economic cost it’s a wonder they allow school holidays.
Many schools still haven't received the soap or hand sanitizer they were promised. Are staff & students going to have their temperatures tested? How are staff going to social distance from each other in tiny staffrooms & bathrooms? Whats the plan & where are the details? 'he warns re-opening schools is crucial.' But we'll keep the heart and backbone of the economy, aka the workers of Australia under house arrest, and on the dole. Definitely no hidden agenda here. ControlledEconomicDemolition GovernmentIsTheVirus CentralBanksAreTheVirus
Is that pictorial relevant? Damned you do damned you don't -- health or economy? I think health is more precious than wealth, don't you? Hmm has nothing to do with health rather economic. When Morrison sends his kids back to school we know it’s safe
Transport Minister Andrew Constance says no bad blood with the PMNSW Transport Andrew Constance has vowed to continue his bushfire recovery focus in his tilt at federal Parliament and insisting there is no bad blood with the Prime Minister. I knew this guy AndrewConstance was full of shit when I saw the crocodile tears on QandA. What a fake. There should be .....so the guys an ideologue and not a realist.
Coronavirus updates LIVE: 22 new cases in Victoria, 19 linked to Cedar Meats cluster; PM will not back down on schoolsCedar Meats in Melbourne's west has been confirmed as the meatworks plant at the centre of the latest COVID_19 outbreak. 'All workers are self-quarantining and we are working closely with Victorian health authorities,' says the facility's general manager. Is that a halal place? Bullshit What are the Unions saying...shut down all meat processing facilities?
Coronavirus updates LIVE: 22 new cases in Victoria, 19 linked to Cedar Meats cluster; PM will not back down on schoolsPartygoers are among 44 people who were fined on Sunday for breaching lockdown restrictions. Among them were five people drinking and partying and another five in a car who admitted they were returning from a friend’s place. And people wonder why we have to have rules Sic Vic What about all the people at the shopping centres ?
Coronavirus updates LIVE: 22 new cases in Victoria, 19 linked to Cedar Meats cluster; PM will not back down on schoolsVictorian Chief Health Officer Brett Sutton says the plan in national cabinet is to flatten the curve, 'but elimination is still in scope, and if we happen to have a happy accident of elimination then we are able to have that as an ongoing strategy'. Here’s hoping for elimination. Even Victoria can eliminate it,how about the rest of Australia,the rest of world? What do these doctors of political science actually define as 'flat'? It looks pretty flat. If that is not flat, what is flat?
Coronavirus updates LIVE: 22 new cases in Victoria, 19 linked to Cedar Meats cluster; PM will not back down on schoolsBREAKING: Victoria has seen a spike in COVID-19 cases, with 22 new people diagnosed Sunday. That same day saw 13,000 tests being undertaken in the state, the biggest day of testing so far, Premier DanielAndrewsMP says. DanielAndrewsMP Honestly, promoting hysteria by using terminology such as 'spike' is not helpful. Obviously you will find more cases if you do more tests. As a ratio of cases to tests this most recent result would be in line with the recent trend, which is a downward trend. DanielAndrewsMP So you're saying the MORE who get tested, the MORE will show up with the COVID-19 boogeyman? Well fuck me. See why the psychopaths in charge want to reopen schools now? GovernmentIsTheVirus Scamdemic Plandemic ControlledEconomicDemolition 1984IsHere DanielAndrewsMP So if my maths is correct 22 cases from 13,000 tests = an infection rate of 0.16%. But you won’t see that in the headline...
Restrictions costing the country $4 billion a week: FrydenbergThe Treasurer will outline the economic damage caused by measures to bring the coronavirus pandemic to a halt, and reveal 'the cliff we were standing on'. swrighteconomy $41 million for each death, per week. Average age of deaths in Australia 80yo. swrighteconomy 'This means… that Dr. Fauci has known for 15 years that chloroquine and it’s even milder derivative HCQ will not only treat a current case of CV (“therapeutic”) but prevent future cases (“prophylactic”). So HCQ functions as both a cure and a vaccine.' swrighteconomy And that's the plan. ThisIsNoAccident ControlledEconomicDemolition GovernmentIsTheVirus CentralBanksAreTheVirus
The Prime Minister has warned allowing children to go back to school is central to getting parents back to work today and even being productive when working from home.Transport Minister Andrew Constance has confirmed he intends to contest the federal seat of Eden-Monaro.National cabinet to discuss relaxing restrictions on Tuesday, Friday By Mary Ward The national cabinet will meet twice this week to discuss relaxing current national restrictions, which could begin on a regional basis.National cabinet to discuss relaxing restrictions on Tuesday, Friday By Mary Ward The national cabinet will meet twice this week to discuss relaxing current national restrictions, which could begin on a regional basis.
“When it comes to schools, the school shut down … that flows through to around 304,000 jobs,’’ he said. Mr Morrison said the schools shutdown had impacted gross domestic product (GDP) by an estimated three per cent. The party still intends to run. The sector that’s been most impacted is the hospitality, food services and accommodation sector, which has seen a loss of about 441,000 jobs, even though its impact in terms of the percentage decline in GDP is lower, at 2 per cent. Deputy Chief Medical Officer Nick Coatsworth. In retail services, there’s been a 1 per cent decline and 146,000 jobs. Mr Constance said the Prime Minister received "the welcome that he probably deserved" after Mr Morrison's disastrous visit to the South Coast town of Cobargo , where he was heckled by locals. Just under 120,000 in construction jobs, and around 108,000 in arts and recreation services jobs. "There won't likely be a threshold.
The broader remaining industries have seen around a 4 per cent fall on GDP but that has translated proportionally to fewer lost jobs. More to come. If there was an increase in COVID-19, it's likely it would be in a very confined geographic area or a region of Australia and so you would expect a regional response or quarantine. Speaking after today’s national cabinet meeting , Mr Morrison warned there was also a huge flow on effect from the closure of restaurants and cafes to suppliers. Mr Morrison said when restaurants and cafes were closed, they were not buying produce from the agricultural sector like they were before. “So there is a compounding of the effect and so keeping those times and places closed — and there have been very good reasons for having them closed — but the longer that goes on, it is not just the waiter and the chef that is affected, it is the food producer, it is the supply chain that goes into those sectors, and we need to take that into account. So far, our poll has attracted 22,400 votes and 76 per cent of responders are in favour of keeping Victoria's current state of lockdown.” RELATED: . Around 13 per cent believe restrictions should be eased, while 11 per cent want to keep wider restrictions but send kids back to school.