The budget says they are throwing $billions at the problem.
Problem is, the problem is just as bad (or worse) as it was then.
What are they actually doing apart from throwing money?
I'll reply to you because the other person is a completely unhinged idiot, who will twist the reply to the point that his answer will not likely not bear any relation to my post.
The state government has allocated mega$ to the health industry, as per the budget link...not thrown money at it as it's held in contingency until it's needed. However during COVID, and it didn't matter which political spectrum of government was in power, many, many essential health workers left the industry. This happened in every state, but Victoria was hit the worst.
It's going to take time to:
1. Train new professionals to work in the industry.
2. Entice qualified health workers to come to Australia to work in the health industry
3. Entice de-moralised former health workers back into the industry.
Either way, don't get sick, the health system is stuffed for a while and I have no doubt Dan will lose some bark at the November election because of this.