Australia has moved into the ‘recovery phase’ of COVID-19 pandemic: PM

Prime Minister Scott Morrison says Australia is “moving beyond emergency responses” to the pandemic and has begun the recovery phase.

The prime minister said the upcoming budget will show how the government was “protecting Australia” against the COVID-19 pandemic.

“How we create jobs, how we guarantee the essential services that Australians rely on, whether it be in aged care or mental health, the National Disability Insurance Scheme,” Mr Morrison said.

“It's against that pandemic background that tonight's budget is framed. We will continue to take responsible action to save lives and to save livelihoods.

“While moving beyond emergency responses as we have been doing for these last 18 months, we move into the recovery phase and continue to provide the support that both Australians need, to protect their lives, and to protect their livelihoods.”

Prime Minister Scott Morrison says Australia is “moving beyond emergency responses” to the pandemic and has begun the recovery phase.

The prime minister said the upcoming budget will show how the government was “protecting Australia” against the COVID-19 pandemic.

“How we create jobs, how we guarantee the essential services that Australians rely on, whether it be in aged care or mental health, the National Disability Insurance Scheme,” Mr Morrison said.

“It’s against that pandemic background that tonight’s budget is framed. We will continue to take responsible action to save lives and to save livelihoods.

“While moving beyond emergency responses as we have been doing for these last 18 months, we move into the recovery phase and continue to provide the support that both Australians need, to protect their lives, and to protect their livelihoods.”

Prime Minister Scott Morrison says Australia is “moving beyond emergency responses” to the pandemic and has begun the recovery phase.

The prime minister said the upcoming budget will show how the government was “protecting Australia” against the COVID-19 pandemic.

“How we create jobs, how we guarantee the essential services that Australians rely on, whether it be in aged care or mental health, the National Disability Insurance Scheme,” Mr Morrison said.

“It’s against that pandemic background that tonight’s budget is framed. We will continue to take responsible action to save lives and to save livelihoods.

“While moving beyond emergency responses as we have been doing for these last 18 months, we move into the recovery phase and continue to provide the support that both Australians need, to protect their lives, and to protect their livelihoods.”

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