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BruceC

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And now Victoria AU is back in lockdown... We had been doing so well, but they were letting international flights in - FKnows why....
and shock apon shock - people working at airport/hotel at airport got infected and spread like wild fire.... Now all the good work from the last several months GonE.... like a fart in the wind...

Locked down 5 days -but that is to soften the blow... it will be much much longer than that.
 

Peripheral

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And now Victoria AU is back in lockdown... We had been doing so well, but they were letting international flights in - FKnows why....
and shock apon shock - people working at airport/hotel at airport got infected and spread like wild fire.... Now all the good work from the last several months GonE.... like a fart in the wind...

Locked down 5 days -but that is to soften the blow... it will be much much longer than that.
Such sad news Bruce. We have a friend in Victoria. We are in our third lock down here in England, my thoughts of which would be unacceptable by the good people of Summer Wine so I will keep my cake hole closed. Hopefully Victoria will quickly sort out their problem.
 

captain clutterbuck

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Sad news Bruce you seemed to have it sorted and making good progress but its a stark warning that controlling this awful disease is extremely complex and striking a balance is such a hard task.
 

WellyMan

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And now Victoria AU is back in lockdown... We had been doing so well, but they were letting international flights in - FKnows why....
and shock apon shock - people working at airport/hotel at airport got infected and spread like wild fire.... Now all the good work from the last several months GonE.... like a fart in the wind...

Locked down 5 days -but that is to soften the blow... it will be much much longer than that.
I read somewhere that thousands of Aussies are stuck abroad so maybe they are trying to get home.
 

captain clutterbuck

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There are allegedly upward of 30000 Australians who cannot fly home at present and no wonder there was such an outcry when all the Tennis stars were allowed in for the Aussie Open .
 

BruceC

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There are allegedly upward of 30000 Australians who cannot fly home at present and no wonder there was such an outcry when all the Tennis stars were allowed in for the Aussie Open .
For some reason sports people, TV "stars", singers, bands, rich people, are all more important than residents... They are allowed to come and go as they please.

Then theres teh lady at work stuck in Greece since June last year only got back few weeks ago, 2 weeks quarantine before coming back to work.
 
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