Sky News host Petacredorin says the ICU’s bed promise will “trouble” Victoria’s Prime Minister Daniel Andrews until “the day he leaves the office.”
As of September 9, this year, Victoria has only 476 staff and available intensive care units, according to statistics released by Australian and New Zealand intensive care units.
Credorin said this was “despite government spin and obfuscation,” and that the 4000 new ICU beds promised by Andrews and then Health Minister Jenny Mikakos in April 2020 “did not happen.” It states that it proves.
“Currently, Daniel Andrews, his former health minister, his current health minister, or a choir of officials standing before these daily press conferences, what to the money, the promised $ 1.3 billion, or 4000 I haven’t properly explained to the public what happened. Bed.
“For months, the Prime Minister of Parliament has wiped out opposition questions about ICU bed capacity.
“This broken promise never disappears. As the number of COVID cases continues to grow, the anger of Victorians is also endangered and disappointed. State medical care for the last 11 years over 15 years. Responsibility of the system. “