It will certainly be a challenge for Doctors to manage. I'm thinking testing will increase greatly. Not a bad thing but considerable inconvenience when iso is required until the test results come out. And that will happen multiple times I'd expect with the average person having a couple of colds a year.I went to the office last week for one day and had aircon sniffles the next day and yes, "Is this it?" came to mind.
Glad they were neg.
Under a $1 in Melbourne.What are petrol prices like in other states.
Unless it's changed since I left a decade ago, in WA you have to set the price for the following day by 4pm and they're available to check here: FuelWatch - HomeUnder a $1 in Melbourne.
But varies station by station, and suburb by suburb...which is why I always check Petrol Spy - Cheap Fuel Prices Near Me & Fuel Watch Map
before filling up. Just enter the postcode of where you wish to check.
That certainly doesn't happen in Adelaide. It can be 1.35 in the morning and 1.60 an hour later. It used to be very cyclical ie always went up on Tuesday but for more than a year now it is all over the place
It's still regulated in that way.
Its all very well putting up these factitious comments and straw man arguments; perhaps you might put your mind to what was enquired before. What's your stage or conditions for lifting restrictions, say to interstate travel? Zero cases nationwide, like NZ? If so, whats the plan if that simply doesn't happen, due to international case imports? Do we keep the massive Govt spend up ad-infinitum? if so, who pays for that? Do we tolerate the uptick in domestic violence ad-infinitum? There's no "sweet little second wave" there - just a continuous dumper. Not sweet.Indeed .. with the benefit of 0 Active cases so she should.
Otoh . Au still "enjoys" 457 active , 3 in ICU , and x in the wild…. clearly a great opportunity to throw open the doors and shoot for a sweet little second wave...
Yep. For all the domestic politicking about being able to fly from SYD/MEL to AKL before being able to fly to BNE or CNS, Ardern's suggestion that September is a more appropriate timeframe for 'the bubble' than July is all about Australia getting its house in order re community transmission.I tend to think that is the issue
NZ wont accept any visitors until they also can show eradication (30 days without a community transfer).
Equally Australia shouldn't accept a bubble with anyone higher than us.
Australia's active cases should start dropping quickly given we are well past peak infection period