Aussie Government blow it (Again)

Gissie

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as opposed to Meli who IS talking to herself whilst desperately hoping someone joins the conversation.
She has her nice little echo chamber of one.

I wonder if she always agrees with herself. Or pats herself on the shoulder and tells herself it will be alright after whatever mishap or loss she suffers.
 

ShortForBob

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Just been out to the Gap myself. Boy was it pumping.
Here's a video that ABC Great Southern have recently posted on their Farcebook page.


Hmm, and I was just about to post a comment about what sort of masochist goes out in such weather :D
I trust you left small girl in the car or harnessed her like Andromeda to a handy rock ?
 

Alhadder

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Hmm, and I was just about to post a comment about what sort of masochist goes out in such weather :D
I trust you left small girl in the car or harnessed her like Andromeda to a handy rock ?
The young one was at school. There are many masochists out in this weather. Saw another video of someone out there yesterday in just a T-shirt!! 😲
 

ShortForBob

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Idiots.

How many extra workers will this keep on board .If they all do the right thing and stay home anyway when sick? NON
How many workers with no leave left, will catch covid, but go to work anyway and infect another 3or 4? LOTS.

Just dumb.
 

LB 15

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‘How many extra workers will this keep on board .If they all do the right thing and stay home anyway when sick? NON’

Can you believe that someone who wrote this works in a library? Covid has flamed out moron, you will need to find a new bogey man to use to spread panic and fear.
 
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The Dark Knight

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Who are the Idiots @ShortForBob ?

Normally you would express much mor disgust and definitely name them, Scomo, Hunt, parrot head and so on.

Could it be that you can’t bring yourself to naming Albo, whoever the health minister, Anna and your beloved Dan for making the decision.

A good reminder why Meli does not get any respect from Aussies on PA

Can you believe that someone who wrote this works in a library? Covid has flamed out moron, you will need to find a new bogey man to use to spread panic and fear.
you know her attitude is nothing about covid but all about her communist beliefs (The apple does not fall far from the tree) that she should get a free ride and get paid to stay home when she is well.

The people I know who have recently had covid and the flu all prefer to get covid over the flu.
 

00seven

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‘Fractured’ pandemic response failed the most vulnerable, independent report finds​


An independent review of Australia’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic has found ill-conceived policies, politically driven health orders and excessive use of lockdowns failed to protect the old, disregarded the young and abandoned some of the nation’s most disadvantaged communities.

The review, led by former top public servant Peter Shergold, urges federal and state governments to learn from mistakes and overhaul planning, to broaden the advice provided to national cabinet and restore trust in how decisions are made.

https://www.smh.com.au/national/fra...independent-report-finds-20221018-p5bqso.html
 

FinnFish

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‘Fractured’ pandemic response failed the most vulnerable, independent report finds​


An independent review of Australia’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic has found ill-conceived policies, politically driven health orders and excessive use of lockdowns failed to protect the old, disregarded the young and abandoned some of the nation’s most disadvantaged communities.

The review, led by former top public servant Peter Shergold, urges federal and state governments to learn from mistakes and overhaul planning, to broaden the advice provided to national cabinet and restore trust in how decisions are made.

https://www.smh.com.au/national/fra...independent-report-finds-20221018-p5bqso.html
Yeap, Chairman Dan and Palachook are straight out of the blocks - ‘There are many decisions we wish we didn’t make’.
Could get a tad interesting.

Looks like Lidia Thorpe might be headed for the exit.
 

Foredeck Shuffle

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Can you believe that someone who wrote this works in a library? Covid has flamed out moron, you will need to find a new bogey man to use to spread panic and fear.
Hasn't flamed out in the US. Several conservatives in my neck of the woods have taken an early dirt nap in the past few weeks due to the virus and will miss the mid-term elections. Would be a shame if a strain came through with a higher mortality rate over the next two years.
 

ShortForBob

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Hasn't flamed out in the US. Several conservatives in my neck of the woods have taken an early dirt nap in the past few weeks due to the virus and will miss the mid-term elections. Would be a shame if a strain came through with a higher mortality rate over the next two years.
It hasn't exactly flamed out here either, my daughter copped a pos test on Friday. Mild symptoms.
The difference is our high vax rates protect most people from getting really sick and most people dont report mild illness
 

ShortForBob

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The fourth wave.
I wonder how the vaccines will hold up against new variants. Deaths in NSW doubled from 22 last week to 39 this week. Victoria will probably follow and the lower 3rd vax rate in Qld may take it's toll.
And Christmas is coming. :(



Covid cases are continuing to surge, doubling in New South Wales and Victoria in just a fortnight.

Hospitalisations and deaths have also risen sharply, prompting NSW health authorities to mandate a limited return to mask-wearing to curb the rise in cases.


NSW Health updated its Covid risk rating to amber on Friday, requiring masks in all areas of public hospitals and health facilities along with limited visitor numbers.

NSW Health deputy secretary, Deb Willcox, said the changes were largely due to the increasing number of health staff off work with Covid or awaiting a test result.

“As of 16 November, there were 1,089 health care workers in isolation up from 645 the previous week,” she said.

“This is an important indicator for our health system that we need to find the right balance with simple measures that can help us avoid more significant changes.”

NSW and Victoria recorded a combined 48,267 new infections on Friday, up from 22,676 two weeks ago.

In its latest reporting period until 18 November, NSW Health reported 27,869 new cases up from 12,440 on 4 November.
In NSW, there were 1,148 people admitted to hospital, with 39 deaths and 37 people in ICU

Emergency department presentations also shot up from 169 to 248.

Queensland’s cases nearly doubled in seven days. The state reported 10,106 new cases in the seven days to midnight 15 November, compared to 5,828 the previous week.

In Queensland, 15 additional people had died with the virus in the past seven days. There were 245 people being treated in hospital and five in ICU, compared with 202 the previous week.

The state’s traffic light system had moved to “amber”, with recommendations for the wearing of masks in some indoor settings and for the old and vulnerable.


NSW Health said there were several emerging subvariants of the virus circulating, including Omicron strains BA.2.75 and BQ.1 sub-lineages.

It recommended a return to mask-wearing indoors in places unsafe to physically distance and on public transport to limit the spread of the virus.

“The current wave of Covid-19 cases continues to grow,” it said in its latest surveillance report, while acknowledging testing rates had significantly dropped.

“On 14 October the mandatory reporting of positive rapid antigen tests in NSW was removed,” NSW Health said.
 
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