I have no doubt that there are many businesses now, fortunately, who have moved above that threshold. I expect that is the case and I certainly hope it is for their sake and their employees.
We are working under the legislation arrangements. We will continue to do that for the current phase of that program. In relation to future phases of what we will need to do in terms of the stimulus, as I said on numerous occasions, we will be announcing that in time for the economic statement and these are considerations that the government is working through.
But as I assured, whether it be Qantas or those in the entertainment sector or the tourism, hospitality sector, or regions like north Queensland, we get it, we understand that they are going to be hurting more for longer than other parts of the economy.
We will continue to tailor our fiscal supports to those areas that will continue to need them. Our hope is more and more parts of the economy won’t need them and they will be able to move forward.