It's sad to see the old people dying again, presumably because people can't RAT before visiting/working there, and workers are stretched beyond their limits.

Surely we could have figured this out by now! #abc730
And lack of PPE. Staff working double shifts.

This was all obvious, before letting a dual pandemic rip on 15-Dec. I foresaw it. Why can LNP never see these risks before doing their reckless let-it-rip?
And now on #abc730 they're talking about their pay rises not being granted by LNP.


LNP always short sighted.
Oh and now aged care are getting boosters at 8 months, so are waned and vulnerable to Omicron!

LNP are bloody hopeless! #abc730 #ScottyDoesNothing

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