Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison speaks to journalists at a press conference during the 2018 ASEAN Summit in Singapore, Wednesday, November 14, 2018. (AAP Image/Mick Tsikas)

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PRIME MINISTER: Kīa ora, g’day.
28 Feb 2020
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PRIME MINISTER: Good morning, Neil. NEIL MITCHELL: Can we deal with the financial side first, a massive drop in the Dow Jones. What does this do to Australia?
28 Feb 2020
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SABRA LANE: Scott Morrison, good morning and welcome to the program.  PRIME MINISTER: Good morning, Sabra.  LANE: Prime Minister, how can people stay calm when there are headlines like Plague Alert? 
28 Feb 2020
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PRIME MINISTER: Good morning Karl. KARL STEFANOVIC: Some medical experts are saying this morning for most of us, this will be just a bad cold and eventually they're also saying everyone will just get it. Why are you so worried? 
28 Feb 2020
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MICHAEL ROWLAND: Mr Morrison. Good morning.  PRIME MINISTER: Good morning, Michael.  ROWLAND: How concerned should Australians be about coronavirus?
28 Feb 2020
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ALAN JONES: The Prime Minister is on the line from Canberra. Prime Minister, good morning. PRIME MINISTER: Good morning, Alan. I’m in Sydney this morning I got back last night. JONES: Oh, Sydney. 
28 Feb 2020
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PRIME MINISTER: Good afternoon. Keeping Australians safe - that is the priority of our Government as we deal with what has been an emerging situation with the coronavirus.
27 Feb 2020
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PRIME MINISTER: Thank you very much for your welcome. We acknowledge the Ngunnawal people past, present and [inaudible] future.
26 Feb 2020

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