I see what your implying, and yes, if you're trying to get a dig in at me, it's vaguely clever.that paragraph a bit to subtle for your level of reading comprehension?
The macro issue is, this is not the first time Australia utilized 'lockdown'
So, I think anyone logical would read the WHO line and say 'ok, sure, for the first time a country gets coronavirus, two weeks to get affairs in orders, get PPE, educate citizens, etc. Yeah, that is perhaps a good first line of defense'
I would personally disagree with them, but, that is logical.
But it's August. It's been almost 5 months.
A *second* lockdown, is counter to a recommendation of the WHO.
Australia is a first world country, and presumable their people have computers and the electricity to turn those machines on and read science and data from around the world.
So, my reading comprehensive is, I think, just fine.
It would appear you're missing the point the WHO made. Locking down any time there are some cases of Covid-19, is, not what they recommend.
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