Daniel Andrews in intensive care with ‘broken ribs and vertebrae damage’ after falling on wet stairs
Daniel Andrews has been placed in intensive care in hospital, as the Victorian Premier reveals the extent of his injuries after a fall this morning. (For those of you not in the know, he is the Premier for Victoria, Australia. Who imposed all of the COVID lock down BS).
Daniel Andrews has been placed in intensive care in hospital where he is expected to remain for “the next few days” after suffering a serious fall this morning.
The Victorian Premier issued a statement via his office this afternoon giving details of the accident and his condition.
“Early this morning, I was admitted to hospital after slipping and falling on wet and slippery stairs,” Mr Andrews said.
“A CT scan has revealed several broken ribs and vertebrae damage, and subsequent medical advice has recommended I remain in intensive care for the next few days.”
Mr Andrews said he, his wife Catherine and his children were “extremely grateful to the Ambulance Victoria paramedics who showed such care and kindness to our family this morning, as we are to the clinicians who have taken care of me today”.
Could it be that his role in the BS is up? Sounds convenient with all the arrests going on and high profile people disappearing by conveniently having accidents and what not. I will keep tabs on it.
Daniel Andrews government fighting release of curfew document, Liberal MP David Davis says.
The Daniel Andrews government (Victorian State) is refusing to release a single document that the state opposition claims people have a right to see.
The Andrews government is “fighting tooth and nail” to stop the release of a document which could shed light on why a curfew that restricted Victorians to their homes from 9pm to 5am during lockdown was enforced, a Liberal MP says.
Upper House Opposition Leader David Davis said the Liberal Nationals requested the document from the Department of Premier and Cabinet (DPC) under Freedom of Information in September last year.
The application asked for “all documents involved with or that informed the decision by the state government to impose a curfew, commencing 8pm on Sunday, 2 August 2020.”
Mr Davis said the DPC replied in November that “a search of department records identified one document relevant to the terms of your request”, but “determined to refuse access in full to this document”.
I wonder why he's fighting so hard to keep the information hidden?
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