Email By Paul Johnson Updated April 14, 2020 00:55:28 Photo: Craig Foster had plenty to say about asylum seekers on Q+A. (ABC) Related Story: Three tests Australia will need to pass before coronavirus restrictions end Related Story: ‘Obvious point of transmission’: Waiter likely source of Ruby Princess outbreak, NSW Police say Related Story: Tasmania calls in ADF medics as coronavirus tally hits 150 Map: Australia Australia is currently living through a crisis that no one living has really seen before and on Monday night’s Q+A, how we live through it as a nation was the main topic of discussion. Key points:Former deputy prime minister John Anderson sparked a debate over asylum seekers when he suggested we simply had to get through the coronavirus crisis firstThere were calls for more to be done when it comes to a potential upswing in domestic violence during the pandemicSenator Jacqui Lambie raised concerns over whether regional Australia would be properly looked after when it comes to COVID-19 testing While many were in agreement that more can be done on domestic violence and social distancing, it was the topic of asylum seekers and how to deal with them right now that saw members of the… Read full this story
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