Opinion Pieces

Pandemic Spending

May 12, 2020

Table 1:

There is nothing more important for our government to step up during a crisis which is why we are working closely with states to maximise the effectiveness of our spending through this crisis.

Table 2:

The Federal government recognises the importance of strategic spending to assist those who are suffering undue medical or economic harm from COVID-19. We are supporting small businesses, individuals and entire industries to be resilient and rebound.

Table 3:

Looking after our communities most vulnerable and finding a vaccine is at the centre of our support packages. Assistance for businesses to get back on their feet and training those on the front-line remains critical to rebound and build are silent Australia.

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