Scott Morrison says Victoria lockdown could cost economy $10-12 billion | ABC News

The Federal government is estimating the Victorian lockdown will cost the nation between 10 and 12 billion dollars.

The Prime Minister says the restrictions in the state are more extreme and will run for longer than anything that’s been seen elsewhere in the country and that will have a heavy cost.

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