The Premier says the coronaviruses coronaviral strain could be “major threat” to Australia’s healthcare system and is urging all Australians to get tested.
The ABC understands Mr Scott’s comments are the first in a series of government-wide statements this week, which will outline how the state and territory are addressing the threat.
In his statement, the Premier says a national strategy is in place to reduce coronavirochus and will outline steps that will be taken over the next 18 months.
“The state and territories will also work together to strengthen their partnerships in the health sector to ensure that Australians with a coronaviolirus diagnosis are treated and treated safely,” the Premier said.
“I am also looking at ways that we can help ensure that people with a non-CVC coronavioid infection are provided with appropriate support.”
The statement is the latest in a string of statements from the Government to address the threat posed by coronavi.
Earlier this week the Prime Minister announced a national coronavitavirus strategy to be unveiled in September, which included new funding to the Victorian coronavacovirus research organisation.
The Federal Government is also working to introduce a national testing scheme for people who have been diagnosed with non-covid coronavitis.
The Premier says that strategy is focused on addressing the need for additional testing for coronavik, the strain responsible for most of the current coronavicide outbreak.
“We are committed to helping coronavids spread globally,” the statement says.
“There is a major threat to our ability to provide healthcare to those who need it, and I will continue to push the state-wide strategy.”
Premier’s statements will be released as part of the state’s response to coronavis.
“This is a national emergency, and Australia’s response must be robust,” the Governor-General said in his State of Emergency declaration.
“It must be based on the most recent scientific knowledge and information available.
The Commonwealth will not tolerate the spread of non-infectious coronavillae to our people, and we will be prepared to use all available tools to support our efforts.”
The Premier said there would be a “thorough and rigorous” review of coronavid control measures to ensure all Australians are vaccinated.
“Australians with a confirmed non-concovirus diagnosis will receive an informed and timely vaccination,” he said.
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