But victoria remains a problem. I’m not sure whether the border closure needed to be assessed state by state. It’s either closed or it’s not.So heaps more people are getting infected than we thought, and not getting sick, and not going to hospital, and not risking our health workers, and not taking up critical essential services and not an economic burden on the economy and potentially didn't infect anyone else because the numbers are not exploding.
When NSW gets down to 1 case per day in 7M people and QLD says they are a hotspot and too much of a risk - it would be laughable - except its not a laughing matter.
I think you just shot yourself in the foot.
The issue we don’t know the long term effects of the virus on those who were symptomatic. And just one of those asymptomatic people could have started a cluster at an aged care home.
The Federal Court seemed to find border closures were effective to control the spread.