I was disgusted at that comment from the WA Premier.
Closing borders is his only method of control so he seeks to further the acceptance of it.
Given they've hinted that they may open Qld and Vic earlier than they would normally is suggestive to me that they realise they overreacted.
It's so intertwined that you can't talk about one without the other.Sure. Would love nothing more. Unfortunately the virus is now being used to push barrels. Unless we want a thread that simply says “yet another day of zero Corona risk in Australia
Vic mainly late to border closures. SA stricter and more often.The two go hand in hand but I don't think it's down legislative bent, but more so down state lines.
My view is NT is best or 2nd best depending on your perspective.I would debate the claim of NT being strict, though that depends on how you define it. They have been pretty reasonable I feel.
I would debate the claim of NT being strict, though that depends on how you define it. They have been pretty reasonable I feel.
A case came from Sydney [to Melbourne] and the virus spread from there but the government appears to have crushed it at this point.
Much stricter than everyone except WA and SA - as one of only 3 states to lock out its own residents with no avenue to return home from red zones - no ability to even pay for HQ to get home. And huge doube standard for AO.Vic mainly late to border closures.
More often yes, but their strictness has been relaxing (Victoria on the other hand getting more strict). Earlier lockdowns locked out their own residents, the most recent 2 lockdowns have allowed their own residents to return home.SA stricter and more often.
NT very strict early and have remained fairly strict.
WA the strictest by far, and Qld very strict too.
NSW the least, but have still indulged.