“A number of stupid mistakes.”

Several australian experts are everything else than satisfied with the way in which the authorities in the country have grabbed the coronavirussen an on, since it was first discovered.

Now you have found out that it was a brand specific plane, which is already 19. January was the virus entering the country down under.

the chinese aircraft 321 from Guangzhou to Melbourne, sat: a 58-year-old man from Wuhan, who wore on the disease.

It reveals the tv program ‘Four Corners’, according to the news.com.au.

Here it also appears how the infection away went fast because of these ‘silly’ mistakes, as the experts put it.

just five days after the 58-year-old man’s arrival, he chose to go to the hospital because of fever, cough and trouble breathing.

Two days later, a 21-year-old woman from Wuhan, who is studying at a university in Sydney, then tested positive, just as a man and a woman – also from the Wuhan – were hospitalized and tested positive.

Thus, the authorities in Australia have long been aware that the virus likely to have spread.

And though it was inevitable that it would eventually find the way from China to Australia, so think, for example, the doctor Normann Swan, that these errors and the lack of handling in a timely manner, now may mean that Australia can come to look like Italy, where it is at its worst for.

Here is over 100.00 infected, while the death toll has passed through approximately 11,500 according to data from the Johns Hopkins University.

Thus, Italy is the country in the world with the most deaths

“We should have known that this would take off so quickly around the world, and that the demand for test kits and other things would be huge,” he says among other things in the program.

He points specifically at major sporting events, the large cruise ship Ruby Princess and not to close their borders early enough that some of the big mistakes that will now end with that cost many australian lives.

In Australia, the number of people infected right now on the 4.361.

17 have died as a result of the virus.