Child care centres will be FREE to help parents during coronavirus crisis

  • Child care centres will be FREE to help parents during coronavirus crisis

Child care centres will be FREE to help parents during coronavirus crisis

Australia has more than 4,800 coronavirus infections registered so far, with a total of 20 fatalities, according to the latest count by Johns Hopkins University.

'But this Easter will be at home.

Morrison told the media on Friday a plan was being worked out to support those who are unable to pay rent due to the COVID-19 crisis, explaining that the priority would be given to commercial lease holders given a high number of business closures.

Worldwide students have no access to the Australian Federal Government's JobSeeker payment and are having to deal with the COVID-19 crisis without the financial safety net available to many Australian citizens and residents, media reports said. "But there are no guarantees, this virus writes its own rules".

"School will return after the holidays", Mr Morrison said.

"This is being done to ensure that those producers can get the work done, but also to ensure that the communities are protected, " he said, adding after the 14 days, they could then move to the country to work.

Australia has recorded with 5274 cases in Australia, with 12 deaths.

Morrison said his government will provide its full modelling next week, but on its current trajectory the country's healthcare system will be able to manage the demands put on it.

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced on Thursday (April 2) free childcare for six months - part of a bid to keep businesses going during the coronavirus pandemic.

'We have a pretty good idea of the size or our growth rate.

"We believe the true number is five or ten times as much as that", Dr Murphy said. We still have cruise ship people to come home.