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The prime minister responded to calls for a mask to be worn

Source: xkb.com.au
[Current News]     22 Jul 2020
Morrison says he has his own mask. Demanding new states enforce mask-wearing rules is growing, Prime Minister ScottMorrison Morrison said at the time that he had brought his own mask and used it when visiting optometrists recently. When two radio hosts GB Fordham (BenFordham) asked the prime minister if he had a mask, he gave a positive answer and said ," I wore it at the optometrist the other day...
The prime minister responded to calls for a mask to be worn

Morrison says he has his own mask. (Table 9)

Demand is growing for new states to enforce mask-wearing rules, as prime minister Scott Morrison morrison said he had brought his own mask and used it when visiting optometrists recently.

When two radio hosts GB Fordham (Ben Fordham) asked the prime minister if he had a mask, he gave a positive answer and said ," I wore it at the optometrist the other day ."

Fordham also mentioned that President Donald Trump recently began wearing masks in public and asked if Morrison would do the same. Morrison replied ," Wherever I am, I have to follow medical advice, so of course. "

The Prime Minister said he agreed with the proposal to call for new states to wear masks on public transport. He stressed, however, that "the situation in Sydney and the wider New State is different from that in Melbourne, and the two are very different. "

Morrison also defended government new changes to the retention (JobKeeper) and job-seeking (JobSeeker) schemes.

He explained that authorities had good reason to tighten eligibility criteria. "From 4 August, you can not dismiss the invitation to work sent to you through the mechanism and expect to receive a retention allowance. "

Meanwhile, from 28 September, the job-seeking allowance will be reduced from A $550 every two weeks to A $250. The retention allowance will also be reduced from the current A $1,500 a fortnight to A $1,200, compared with A $1,000 for people who work more than 20 hours a week after January.

The prime minister said the authorities's adjustment was partly based on hope that the economic situation would improve by 2021.

This is based on the judgement that you can not spend $11 billion a month at such a high level. And you have to start letting Australian economic stop relying on these income subsidies. This means that we will gradually withdraw these benefits and gradually reduce them. "We have always said that these are temporary subsidies. "

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