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I remembered your comment about our CHO "just itching to do something" I wanted to quote it but lacked the necessary stamina to hunt it down. Definitely prescient!It is all this uncertainty, his time in the community and 2 days gap in clarifying his movements that sparked the lockdown (plus, as I've said before, I think out CHO has been just itching to bring on a lockdown ).
Woolies Hallet Cove maybe?I remembered your comment about our CHO "just itching to do something" I wanted to quote it but lacked the necessary stamina to hunt it down. Definitely prescient!
Meanwhile I'm getting texts from TasETravel because I returned from SA this morning. Apparently "New premises in South Australia have been declared high-risk." The excitement never stops!
They seem to be quite happy with the situation. It's not clear to me how, or when, the mindset will change.
Massive protests in Perth yesterday, 10,000 people against the closed border (and some delightful anti vaxxers trying to hi-Jack it as well) seems like it’s all coming unstuck (eats popcorn)
I live in Perth and didn't notice.Add to that (crunch) it took till Sunday for us to notice
I live in Perth and didn't notice.
Reports on the ABC suggests it was hundreds, not ten thousand. TBH it seems like a vocal minority of upset people facing imminent retrenchment due to vaccine mandates.
Other than the grand final event, it was probably the busiest the CBD has been in five years.