Charting A Clear And Transparent Path Out Of Lockdown

Georgie Crozier, Victorian Shadow Minister for health and deputy leader of the Legislative Council, explains why Melburnians must be given hope that their city will emerge from nearly 8 months of crushing lockdown. In a wide-ranging interview, she discusses the government’s broken promise of providing thousands of extra ICU beds, its failure to promote all vaccine options to the most vulnerable and its lack of a firm plan to open up from lockdown. Georgie also discusses the return of Matthew Guy as leader of the Opposition, the need to embrace rapid antigen testing and offers her support for calls that the Mornington Peninsula be considered regional and not locked down as part of Greater Melbourne.

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Further Reading

Letter to the Premier from Mornington Peninsula Shire
New hospital modelling needed before opening up