Religion has been a super spreader of Covid everywhere. It was the major infection point in South Korea, France, plenty of outbreaks in the USA, and now has driven the second wave in Victoria.This is crappy news for Bachar. The muslim community has been right in the middle of this 2nd wave so hopefully his words and others will help the community get behind the lockdown and social distancing. Their religious holidays have fallen smack bang in the middle of this and that is why they have had more issues
I thought they’d restricted crowd numbers in the NRL but I was watching the other day and there was nearly 2000 people in the crowd. They’re obviously back to no restrictions." Peter V'landys has welcomed the prospect of an AFL grand final in Sydney, cheekily suggesting the best city in the world has plenty of room for more second-rate events "
Might be begging for an NRL hub in Melbourne if NSW cases keep rising Pete.
My sister went through stage 4 restrictions in NZ, maybe that is what is needed to get through to some peoples thick heads to take this seriously again. Complacency has well and truly kicked in.Victorians could be facing an even tougher lockdown if coronavirus case numbers don’t improve with Premier Daniel Andrews saying “stage 4” restrictions had not been ruled out.www.news.com.au
I spent over a week in forced isolation (close contact with a confirmed case). It’s actually quite psychological not been able to leave your home at all . The only way I would advocate this is if we could completely eliminate the virus from within Victoria.My sister went through stage 4 restrictions in NZ, maybe that is what is needed to get through to some peoples thick heads to take this seriously again. Complacency has well and truly kicked in.
complacency? I’m shocked to be sitting here.For me the fact there's been no accountability for the traveller quarantine creates an issue with Dan trying to get the public to adhere to the lockdown rules.
Yes, the large majority will (hopefully) do the right thing, but he will have lost the public trust, and without that trust, his words won't carry as much weight.
That they can hide behind an "independent inquiry" for a couple of months is a shocker, but it is what it is.
I would suggest we will see MANY more breaches of the lockdown orders this time around, when it's probably more critical than the first time to adhere to them.
Caught the tail end of the story on Nine news last night, there is a very small item about it on page 9 of todays Herald Sun, looks like maybe they don't want it to be a major talking point.Where'd you hear this? I don't think the supply chains for coles and woolies would be that fragile