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Federal Member for Franklin in Tassie. Mum to Georgie, Lochie & Xandy. Authorised by Paul Erickson ALP Canberra.

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RT @political_alert: The Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety will issue a special report on the COVID-19 pandemic in aged care ahead of its Final Report, due on 26 February 2021. The report will be delivered to the Governor-General on Wednesday, 30 September 2020 #auspol #COVID19Aus

Unacceptable - just one sport check on Tasmanian aged care homes in five months despite an outbreak and dozens of complaints. #politas abc.net.au/news/2020-09-0…

This is unbelievable. Labor has been saying for a long time that the regulator doesn’t have the powers and resources it needs to ensure older Australians are receiving high quality aged care. This has to change. theage.com.au/politics/victo…

It’s also been revealed that almost 200 home care operators have NEVER been audited by the regulator, despite some having been providers for more than three years. How does the Morrison Government think this is acceptable in the middle of a pandemic? https://t.co/eYx3nwyPML

Hunt is not being honest - there was no audit of PPE in aged care, the Morrison Government left it up to provides and then triaged access to the national stockpile of PPE. #qt https://t.co/iQ29rJMy5c

It is heartbreaking and completely unforgivable that history has repeated across multiple Victorian aged care homes. The public needs to know that Mr Morrison has learnt from precious outbreaks and everything possible is now being done. #auspol https://t.co/qPNzKCFhSE

This is Scott Morrison ‘response’ to the Royal Commission’s interim report so far. Over 100,000 older Australians still waiting for home care. #qt theguardian.com/australia-news…

RT @9NewsAUS: Labor will go on the attack over deaths in Victorian aged care, as federal parliament resumes tomorrow after an extended winter recess. @CUhlmann #9News https://t.co/7snxINa0EO

Scott Morrisom cannot wait - he must act on yesterday’s recommendations of the Royal Commission immediately to keep older Australians in aged care safe from COVID-19 👇🏻 https://t.co/sjTJ9zAvTH

Why did this not raise alarm bells and why didn’t the Morrison Government do more to prevent it in Victoria? We have seen the tragic consequences of staff being lost in nursing homes including at the St Basil’s nursing home. The Morrison Government should have done better.