It’s going to be a disaster for communities. Inadequate health …

Comment on Coronavirus strategies in the bush still a work in progress by Anne.

It’s going to be a disaster for communities. Inadequate health facilities, tyranny of distance and lack of basic infection control knowledge, overcrowding in dwellings and lack of access to suggested supplies e.g. disinfectants and water, suggest a health tragedy of mammoth proportions if communities are not adequately protected and supported.

Recent Comments by Anne

COVID-19 news: Alice Springs woman diagnosed
So now it’s here! The health department had a duty to warn! Now let’s get the tent hospital ready, we’re going to need it. It will spread like wildfire through vulnerable populations who don’t have any resources to protect themselves.

COVID-19 news: Alice Springs woman diagnosed
A tent hospital will have to be erected at the Showgrounds by the army to accommodate the sick, also the race track would also be suitable or the Finke Desert Race start / finish.

Curfew: What else could fix youth crime?
We need more youth workers to support the families and children and also more helpers in the classroom to keep children on task and help them to achieve their potential.
Reducing the number of classroom tutors in government schools is not helpful. Very shortsighted by funding bodies.

The elusive goal of deep shade in Alice
I also plant a lot of trees and water them at my own expense.
They provide a town with peace and beauty.
It’s not necessary to have the hot house surrounded by dirt here.
Start by planting a number of shade trees and water between 8 and 11 during the heat.
Cools everything down, de-stresses the house ambience, cleans the air, helps control the dust and keeps us all sane.

Town Council considers $50m art gallery options
Desert Park’s the spot I prefer after seeing the concept image.
The escarpment in the background, no houses, plenty of room for discreet parking.
The world will visit wherever it is built.

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