Morrison extends his condolences to Victorians as they walk into the locker room: ‘I know what it’s like to do something without it.’

Scott Morrison has offered words of support to a man facing a lockdown in Melbourne for at least a week, saying: “I know what it is like to do absolutely nothing.

In a Facebook video this afternoon, Mr Morrison said he was with all Melbourneans.

“For those of you who are not able to go to work, I know what it is. I haven’t returned to work since 200.

“I am with you who cannot tick this week’s to-do list. Although it is usually easier for me to find that the tasks to be done in the first place are not on the list and then you will not be held accountable when things are not done.

“Those of you who have no idea what you’re going to do, not me. And it has nothing to do with the lockout.”

Mr. Morrison has paid on 2 million to a sympathetic counselor for video counseling.

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