I see some reports, but there’s no names associated with any of those reports.
It’s not my practice nor will it ever be to comment on claims that don’t have someone’s name next to them. I would just again – I don’t know that I could be much clearer, but I’m going to try – my only quarrel, my only argument, my only thought is with the coronavirus.
That is my exclusive focus. I will again refer you to the fact that commissioner Crisp issued a statement and as far as I’m concerned, I just don’t have the time.
And I don’t think those who are watching this today, and every day, would want me to be spending time on those sorts of political issues there. They apparently relate to matters that are three or four months old.
We’ve we’re in the fight of our lives right now. And that’s what I’m exclusively focused on, whether whether that be popular or not.
This is not a popularity contest, it’s a global pandemic. That’s my focus, and it will not be changing.
But what I’m saying to you is that I’ve got no idea who’s made those claims, so I won’t make any judgment on their accuracy or otherwise.
I stand here every day. My name is associated with everything I say because I’m saying it.
If people want to make claims then they probably need to put their name to what they’re saying, I would have thought, but again, could I just, the greatest respect to you I’m not in any way, criticising you for asking the question, but in my judgment, I’ve just spent more time on that issue than I should, because I’ve got a lot of other very, very important things to get on with – things that I can change and can influence, things that are about saving lives and driving down case numbers.
That’s always been my focus. So I think I’ve answered your question.