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Alan Jones calls the coronavirus response in Australia “alarmist” and says we should NOT be locked up

Alan Jones slams Australia’s ‘alarming’ response to the coronavirus crisis and says we should NOT be in a lockdown when he returns to the show with a new show

  • Alan Jones has returned to the broadcast on Sky News after withdrawing from the radio
  • He claimed that Australia has launched an “alarmist” campaign for the management of the corona virus
  • Jones said leaders should start leadership instead of feeding hysteria

Alan Jones destroyed Australia’s response to the coronavirus crisis when he returned to the broadcast after withdrawing from the radio.

The 79-year-old debuted Monday night with his new program on Sky News, claiming that Australia has conducted an ‘alarming’ campaign over COVID-19.

“Since I was last on the air and even before I went off the air, we’ve been through this extraordinary alarming campaign about the coronavirus and it’s going to continue,” said Jones.

“People understandably feel like they are catching the virus, what comes next is a bag of nails, a few wooden planks and you might as well climb into the box.”

Alan Jones has alleged that Australia has conducted an “alarmist” campaign for the management of the corona virus. Pictured: A traveler is tested for COVID-19 on arrival at Sydney Airport

More than 8,400 people have been diagnosed with coronavirus in Australia with 106 fatalities, which Jones argued pales in comparison to the annual average of 160,000 deaths.

He noted figures from the World Health Organization that 99 percent of the world’s coronavirus cases are mild and wondered why the disease has closed the country.

“We are told breathless how many more people have tested positive. Now this hysteria has grabbed people, ”he said.

“They’re on the rise.”

Jones said if Victoria was “a public company, it would be in administration.”

Frontline health workers who wear full personal protective equipment in Flemington on Sunday during Victoria's second wave of coronavirus infections

Frontline health workers who wear full personal protective equipment in Flemington on Sunday during Victoria's second wave of coronavirus infections

Frontline health workers who wear full personal protective equipment in Flemington on Sunday during Victoria’s second wave of coronavirus infections

CORONAVIRUS CASES IN AUSTRALIA: 8586

New South Wales: 3,429

Victoria: 2660

Queensland: 1,067

Western Australia: 621

South Australia: 443

Tasmania: 228

Australian Capital Territory: 108

Northern Territory: 30

TOTAL CASES: 8586

KILL: 106

The experienced broadcaster claimed that “almost none” of the new cases were critical, despite the fact that an emergency hospital was set up in Melbourne Showgrounds to accommodate a dreaded spike in cases of nine of the city’s commission’s closed towers.

Five Victorian COVID-19 patients are currently being treated in intensive care.

Jones said leaders should start “leading” rather than scaring the public into feeding hysteria around the virus.

“Can we have a perspective in all this? The economy has been crushed. What for? ” Jones said.

“We have political leaders who have become followers. Chief medical officers whose names have never appeared on a ballot paper lead the country.

‘For God’s sake, companies are going bankrupt and people may have lost their jobs forever because the impression has been created that if you test positive, you have to go straight to Bunnings, get a box of nails, build some pine planks, and jump in. ‘

Jones’ return to the air received mixed reviews on social media.

‘Disgusting! So what happened to “doctor’s prescription” that you had to retire? reads a tweet.

“How do I block the words ‘Alan Jones’ from my Twitter feed?” read another message.

A supporter wrote, “Brilliant! Welcome back Alan. ‘

Alan Jones has risen from the dead! Thanks Jesus! Life has beauty and meaning again! another tweet says.

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