It has never been harder or more expensive to see a doctor than under the Albanese Labor Government, as the data continues to point to a primary care system at crisis point.
Interview with Stephanie Nitschke, ABC Riverland
22 February 2024
Topics: Labor’s hidden aged care sustainability taskforce report, workforce shortages, Government’s failure to attend important Riverland wine growers meeting
The Albanese Labor Government continues to shroud the future of the aged care sector in secrecy as more than two months have passed since the Government received their sustainability report.
The Albanese Labor Government is at odds with doctors nationwide, who feel the impact of a severe shingles vaccine shortage amidst a halting rollout.
INTERVIEW WITH BEN FORDHAM, 2GB
24 January 2024
Subjects: Celebrating Australia Day, Cricket Australia’s arrangements for Australia Day
At the same time as the Albanese Labor Government is out their spruiking cheaper medicines, there is a serious primary care crisis unfolding that is only making it harder and more expensive to access critical healthcare
The Albanese Labor Government is overseeing a serious crisis in Australia’s primary healthcare system, which is making it harder and more expensive to see a doctor.
The Albanese Labor Government is already on vacation, with no public statements from the Health or Home Affairs Ministers whilst millions of individuals have possibly had their records stolen more than 5 days ago.
The Albanese Labor Government has once again proven that they are not up to the job of protecting Australians, as they sought to pass their Public Health (Tobacco and Other Products) Bill 2023 without addressing the thriving illicit tobacco trade.
COVID-19 vaccination rates are at all time low as the Albanese Labor Government waits for a media opportunity instead of immediately protecting vulnerable Australians.