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Radio star Ray Hadley says Daniel Andrews ‘can’t recover’ from his treatment of the COVID-19 pandemic

‘He can’t recover’: Ray Hadley discharges ‘dead and buried’ Daniel Andrews over his approach to the corona virus crisis

  • Radio star Ray Hadley beat Victorian Prime Minister Daniel Andrews on Thursday
  • He said that after the COVID-19 pandemic, Mr. Andrews would be “dead and buried.”
  • The 2 GB host said the prime minister’s political caretaker could not recover
  • Victoria recorded the highest COVID-19 figures on Thursday with 317 new cases

Radio star Ray Hadley beat Daniel Andrews for his treatment of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The 2GB radio host targeted the Victorian prime minister on Thursday morning after a record of 317 new cases of coronavirus was recorded in the state at night.

“It got completely out of hand,” Hadley said.

“300 cases is the largest number in a Commonwealth state since Covid arrived here.”

Radio star Ray Hadley targeted Victorian Prime Minister Daniel Andrews on Thursday (photo), saying he would be 'dead and buried' for his treatment of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Radio star Ray Hadley targeted Victorian Prime Minister Daniel Andrews on Thursday (photo), saying he would be ‘dead and buried’ for his treatment of the COVID-19 pandemic

The 2GB radio host (pictured) said the Prime Minister's political career could not recover after Melbourne was forced to suffer a second wave of the corona virus

The 2GB radio host (pictured) said the Prime Minister's political career could not recover after Melbourne was forced to suffer a second wave of the corona virus

The 2GB radio host (pictured) said the Prime Minister’s political career could not recover after Melbourne was forced to suffer a second wave of the corona virus

Two men in their eighties also died at night, bringing the state’s death toll to 29, and 109 people have been hospitalized with COVID-19.

Hadley said Melbourne included “horrifying” coronavirus figures and the Prime Minister “had lost control”.

“Daniel Andrews needs to be thought about,” he said.

“He can’t go into the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic, but as a politician and prime minister, you’d imagine he’s figuratively dead and buried.

“He can’t recover from this, he just can’t recover.”

Melbourne recorded the highest coronavirus rates of 317 new cases on Thursday (a pair pictured in Melbourne on Wednesday) and locked in a third phase for six weeks

Melbourne recorded the highest coronavirus rates of 317 new cases on Thursday (a pair pictured in Melbourne on Wednesday) and locked in a third phase for six weeks

Melbourne recorded the highest coronavirus rates of 317 new cases on Thursday (a pair pictured in Melbourne on Wednesday) and locked in a third phase for six weeks

Melbourne residents (pictured on a Thursday walk) have a strict home order and should only leave their home for essential reasons such as exercise and seeking medical attention

Melbourne residents (pictured on a Thursday walk) have a strict home order and should only leave their home for essential reasons such as exercise and seeking medical attention

Melbourne residents (pictured on a Thursday walk) have a strict home order and should only leave their home for essential reasons such as exercise and seeking medical attention

Hadley (pictured) worked as a rugby league commentator for Channel Nine for four decades

Hadley (pictured) worked as a rugby league commentator for Channel Nine for four decades

Hadley (pictured) worked as a rugby league commentator for Channel Nine for four decades

Hadley also called on states to close their borders and send resources to Victoria.

“I think the borders should be closed.

“I’m not suggesting Victoria do it alone, we need to provide some help, and of course all the resources we have in the northern states should go south,” he said.

Melbourne is currently in the second week of a six-week phase three shutdown.

Prime Minister Daniel Andrews said he was not yet ready to move to draconian phase four lockdowns, but said Melburnians should be vigilant to avoid that.

“It is far too early for us to move into a whole new phase,” he said.

“If you want to make that less likely, if you want to get out of these kinds of restrictions as quickly as possible, then we all have to play our part.”

Only 28 of the new Victorian cases were linked to known outbreaks, suggesting 289 were caused by widespread community transmission.

Mr Andrews said he was not yet ready to move Melbourne to a phase 4 lockdown

Mr Andrews said he was not yet ready to move Melbourne to a phase 4 lockdown

Mr Andrews said he was not yet ready to move Melbourne to a phase 4 lockdown

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