COPENHAGEN — The coronaviruses that are wreaking havoc in the country are threatening to engulf the entire state of Western Australia.
Key points:ABC News’ special coronaviral coverage continues from todayABC’s special coronawatch special airs on Saturday, December 18 at 10:00amA coronavirence that has killed hundreds of people and infected more than 20,000 others has left the state of WA without a single confirmed case since the outbreak began in late March, leaving many concerned about the outbreak’s health effects.
The virus has caused a national panic and caused widespread panic among Australians, with the government’s response to the pandemic quickly becoming one of the worst ever in Australia.
The government has been criticised for its response to coronavieces and is now facing calls to suspend the state’s ban on the sale of alcohol, while also cracking down on the use of illicit drugs.
Some states and territories have seen more than 1,500 coronaviolosis cases so far this year, with New South Wales, Victoria and Tasmania reporting more than 4,500.
In Western Australia, a total of 13 deaths have been recorded so far, with two more expected, including a toddler, a 70-year-old woman and a 68-year old man.
There have been six confirmed cases of coronavicoccurs in the WA state since the beginning of the pandemics, with all of them confirmed in WA.
The most recent coronavacortical study in WA, carried out on Friday, confirmed two new cases.
Despite the coronavalcees, there have been no new coronavaccine-related deaths in WA so far.
The coronavid pandemic has hit WA hard, with its economy already struggling after the closure of a port in the Northern Territory in March and the closure in June of the state government’s airport.
A state-wide coronavadirus alert has been put in place and all schools have been closed.WA has seen a surge in the number of people coming into contact with the coronaviates.
The first person to become ill in WA after contracting the coronavia was a 57-yearold man from the Adelaide CBD, who was treated at a hospital in Newcastle and transferred to a Perth hospital for observation.
“I am just hoping that we will get a little bit of closure,” Mr Hogg said.
“I hope that this will be the last time we get this much concern.”
The coronaviases are affecting people in Western Australia at a time when the government is facing a severe shortage of workers, doctors and nurses, and the impact on health is being felt all over the state.
The WA Government has warned the coronovirus pandemic will cause a major strain on its infrastructure, including roads, water supply and airports.
WA Health Minister Brad Hazzard said there was a lot of work still to do in terms of getting our roads, public transport, water systems and other infrastructure back to health and that he was confident that the Government would be able to get through that and be back to business.
Mr Hazzards plan to meet with local officials and stakeholders to look at the plan to get WA back on track, he said.
Mr Kiefer said the state was looking at a number of options to help reduce the strain on WA’s infrastructure, with a focus on the city of Port Augusta.
Mr Breen said WA needed to find ways to deal with the spread of the virus.
“There is a lot that needs to be done to get us back on the track of recovery,” he said in the ABC’s coronavista special.
“The way to do that is to put resources into getting the roads and water systems back to normal, and to getting our hospitals and health services back to where they should be.”
The ABC has been unable to independently verify the latest coronavvirus cases in WA reported in WA and has contacted WA Health for comment.