Gigi Foster was asked some hard questions on Q+A about her views on managing the pandemic.(ABCV)ShareFacebookTwitterArticle share optionsShare this onFacebookTwitterLinkedInSend this byEmailMessengerCopy linkWhatsAppPrint contentPrint with images and other mediaPrint text onlyPrintCancelEconomist Gigi Foster has come under fire for talking about "body counts" on Q+A and championing Sweden's relaxed response to the coronavirus pandemic as a model for Australia to follow.Key points:Prominent UNSW academics Professor Bill Bowtell and economist Gigi Foster clashed over Professor Bowtell's belief coronavirus could be eliminated from AustraliaProfessor Foster called his view a "fantasy" and talked of the benefits of Sweden's coronavirus responseThe Government was accused of not having a future plan for jobs by the Labor's finance spokeswomanAfter her University of New South Wales colleague Adjunct Professor Bill Bowtell, who is also a strategic health adviser, told the panel he felt the virus could be eliminated from Australia, Professor Foster called his assessment an "unrealistic vision".She then pointed to Sweden as an example. The Nordic nation has not imposed lockdowns, and social distancing and working from home have been voluntary."I think that Australia can follow in the footsteps of many other countries in the world, some of which have not had lockdowns as strict as we have had here, such as again, Sweden,
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