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George Clooney convinced 900,000 lives would have been saved if America had followed Australia’s Covid response

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George Clooney is convinced 900,000 lives would have been saved if America had followed Australia’s Covid response. The 61-year-old actor, who filmed his new comedy ‘Ticket to Paradise’ in Australia during the peak of the country’s pandemic lockdown, praised its ultra-strict policy on isolation as “admirable”.

He said on Australian current affairs show The Project: “I look at what particularly Australia did, and some of these things get politicised. “But you look at what you guys were able to accomplish, and I know it was incredibly difficult, but had the United States done that, we would have saved 900,000 lives. “The idea that you believed in science is so admirable.

The whole time I was there I thought, ‘I am so impressed with the people of Australia who said let’s suck this up and get this done’.

I was so impressed. ” It comes after a survey from the University of Tasmania showed most Australians believe its government’s imposition of some of the world’s strictest lockdown measures were “just right”.

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