In the lead-up to the coronavalent pandemic, the Victorian government was forced to scale back public services and cut its workforce by 30,000.
But in a move that some commentators are now calling “an Orwellian Orwellian experiment”, the Victorian Government announced today it will double the size of its coronaviruses team.
“As we all know, there is a lot of misinformation in the media,” Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews told the Victorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
But the ABC understands the decision to double the number of workers has not been endorsed by the Victorian Premier. “
This is a decision to help us protect our families from this pandemic and also to ensure the Commonwealth can focus on the public health.”
But the ABC understands the decision to double the number of workers has not been endorsed by the Victorian Premier.
The Victorian Government said the new staff would work at the Victorian Department of Health, the Department of Community Health and the Victorian Centre for Communicable Disease Prevention.
They will also help the state’s new National Public Health Agency (NPHA), which is the body responsible for administering the new coronaviral vaccine.
The new team is expected to start operating in late October.
But with the government already facing the greatest risk of a major pandemic in decades, some have questioned whether the extra resources are needed.
“I think the Government could have done with a few more resources to get people through the crisis,” Victorian University of Technology lecturer Dr David Pannick said.
“But the Government is doing the best it can.
It’s just too early to tell.”
“This is just a way of saving a few jobs,” he said.
“It’s not a huge increase, but it is a way to try and save a few staff, and that’s something the Government needs to take a long look at.”
This can’t be the way the Government says they are going to handle this, and they need to do some thinking about how they’re going to respond.
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