COVID-19 has been the biggest global economic shock since World War II. And of course, countries came out of World War II facing significant debts and with a significant challenge in terms of how they recovered. In Australia, we recovered in that post-war period by growing our economy strongly, by getting record numbers of people into jobs. And that’s the strategy we’re deploying for the post COVID era as well. Yes, to keep us safe and to save business and jobs across Australia, we’ve had to spend significantly to get through this crisis, and we still are. Europe is facing a double dip recession right now, and that’s why there’s another $40 billion worth of COVID response measures in this Budget alone to keep Australia safe in managing the pandemic. But our plan is to keep our economy strong through COVID and stronger still beyond it by growing jobs in sectors, through our digital economy strategy, through advanced manufacturing investments, through our Agriculture 2030 plan, through skilling Australians to create a more productive workforce and investment incentives for businesses, and this is all about making sure we have people in jobs, not on welfare, good paying jobs, productive economy, because that’s what generates the revenue that enables us to fund those services and to keep those debt levels under control.