Swallow hard reality pill on virus deaths - Australian Financial Review

People born in inner-city Sydney have a life expectancy five years greater than people born in central Queensland, where I live. No doubt a big part of this is the inferior health services we have, especially in rural areas.

As a Nationals senator, I think we should spend more on health services in the bush, but I do not think that we should spend an infinite amount. I live in the real world, and I realise that the health services available in Sydney (a town of 5 million people) will always be better than in a country town.

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