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Telfer86 10th Feb 2021 04:42

SA & NT were closed at least a few days ago

We got the best hotel quarantine in the world

We got the best hotel quarantine in the world

We got the best hotel quarantine in the whole wide world

And we can all thank Uncle Dan..........

SOPS 10th Feb 2021 04:49

SA closed to greater Melbourne from midnight. WA will follow shortly after I think.

Telfer86 10th Feb 2021 04:53

They were already closed or required 14 days quarantine as does NT
Tas & Qld obviously so desperate for any tourist dollar still open (though Tas closed to some Melb Suburbs including CBD)

But the great news is that that Labour Socialist Left ideals & dictums have not been compromised


We got the best hotel quarantine in da world .........

currawong 10th Feb 2021 05:18


Interestingly, though completely unsurprisingly, NSW is again carrying the lions share of the incoming passenger load
:}

KRaviator - you appear to be attributing a politician with altruism.

As the two are mutually exclusive I suggest you look elsewhere for a reason...

I would suggest money, as thats what usually drives them.

Is ($$)mandatory($$) hotel quarantine cashflow worth maxing out while it lasts?

All down to risk management I suppose.

SHVC 10th Feb 2021 07:27

Every time DA opens his mouth an outbreak occurs, remember June last year his comment to SA “why would anyone want to go to SA” boom hard lockdown 900 dead. DA has a go at Premier Gladys telling her that his HQ is superior and now it’s happening again. Time for DA to go he is incompetent.

McLimit 10th Feb 2021 08:38


121 years of narking, patronising disparagement and we're supposed to feel warm and fuzzy about the eastern states? Really?
I 100% support you guys moving on, best for everybody I reckon.

McLimit 10th Feb 2021 08:40


Time for DA to go he is incompetent.
That's NOT going to happen, they love him down there. The more he lies, the more he locks them down, the more they love him.

clark y 10th Feb 2021 08:56

Victoria is OK for now because the tennis is on.

Buster Hyman 10th Feb 2021 09:24

Chairman Dan is the Donald Trump of Oz Politics.

WingNut60 10th Feb 2021 10:33


Originally Posted by McLimit (Post 10987528)
I 100% support you guys moving on, best for everybody I reckon.

Yes. I'm afraid we'll never be able to provide the degree of forelock tugging and subservience that the "old states" believe to be their due..

McLimit 10th Feb 2021 10:58


Yes. I'm afraid we'll never be able to provide the degree of forelock tugging and subservience that the "old states" believe to be their due..
Well balanced chips on both shoulders :ok:

McLimit 10th Feb 2021 11:00


To be fair, Queensland and Tasmania
Nah, Tassie can stay, pretty cool joint, great whisky and beer.

TWT 10th Feb 2021 11:06


Originally Posted by Telfer86 (Post 10987420)
They were already closed or required 14 days quarantine as does NT
Tas & Qld obviously so desperate for any tourist dollar still open (though Tas closed to some Melb Suburbs including CBD)

But the great news is that that Labour Socialist Left ideals & dictums have not been compromised


We got the best hotel quarantine in da world .........

In SA's case, that's incorrect. SA only required a test on arrival followed by self isolation until a negative test was returned. Then another test on Day 5 and Day 12.

I know this because I had planned to travel to SA next week.

SOPS 10th Feb 2021 11:57

Different rules again


https://www.news.com.au/national/sou...dd88a3d4671f08

currawong 10th Feb 2021 12:02

Hey McLimit, do you think this -

Take some time to read the breathtaking arrogance from someone who had over 800 people die from decisions he was responsible for

Might have something to do with why -

Also, you lot from other States wonder why NSW shakes their heads at you lot.


Seems you want it both ways.

Or does the need for a three week lockdown not fit the narrative...

McLimit 10th Feb 2021 12:18

Ahhhh, 3 week lockdown? Lockdown where? What are you talking about?

McLimit 10th Feb 2021 12:21


Different rules again
And why should he not be given an exemption??

compressor stall 10th Feb 2021 12:34

Re the MEL Holiday Inn outbreak. To be fair, the same nebuliser driven outbreak (assuming that's what happened) could have happened in any other state undertaking hotel floor Q ( NT, not looking at you :) ). Personal baggage from your flight is certainly not searched in WA. Had he sick man arrived into Perth with his nebuliser, the same infection would have happened to a similar number of people and they may have been worse off with (until last week) no community mask wearing and limited testing.

SOPS - if you read the fine print of most the states, such exemptions have always been in the fine print. I'm not as intricately familiar with SA's as I have been with every other state, but I'd be surprised if it was different.

currawong 10th Feb 2021 12:41


Originally Posted by McLimit (Post 10987737)
Ahhhh, 3 week lockdown? Lockdown where? What are you talking about?

The (Christmas) Northern Beaches outbreak, source remains undetermined.

"Also, you lot from other States wonder why NSW shakes their heads at you lot."

Indeed.

:hmm:

currawong 10th Feb 2021 13:07


Originally Posted by compressor stall (Post 10987750)
Re the MEL Holiday Inn outbreak. To be fair, the same nebuliser driven outbreak (assuming that's what happened) could have happened in any other state undertaking hotel floor Q ( NT, not looking at you :) ). Personal baggage from your flight is certainly not searched in WA. Had he sick man arrived into Perth with his nebuliser, the same infection would have happened to a similar number of people and they may have been worse off with (until last week) no community mask wearing and limited testing.

SOPS - if you read the fine print of most the states, such exemptions have always been in the fine print. I'm not as intricately familiar with SA's as I have been with every other state, but I'd be surprised if it was different.

Virus is airborne; it gets around fine with or without help...


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