Posted originally on the conservative tree house on August 28, 2021 | Sundance | 206 Comments
Comrades, good news down-under. The New South Wales Ministry of COVID Compliance has announced effective Friday captured citizens will be permitted to get married again; however, only five persons of ideological alignment will be permitted to witness any formal union or celebration.
During the announcement (video below, first six minutes), NSW COVID Compliance Health Minister Brad Hazzard, also announced various government officials have reviewed the potential social impacts from an absence of procreation; and determined that without further breeding the ministerial ruling-class could lose the workforce they need for ongoing services. It is therefore in the best interests of the state for the regional ministry to approve a restart for the institution of marriage.
The restart of state approval for the institution of marriage is welcome news, and was made while contrasting sad news of two citizens who recently died from the Coronavirus. Both formerly free-range citizens were females, one in her 70’s and one in her 80’s, and they are latest victims of COVID-19; which is a warning for the entire population of several million about the severity of risk.
In case you missed it…. a few days ago the Premier of the New South Wales directorate announced citizens would be permitted one hour of exercise outside the home, as long as the regulated activity takes place within open hours during the ongoing lockdown. A curfew remains in effect from 9pm to 5am daily. The new hour of outside exercise is permitted between 5am to 9pm, and –just like prison yard time– the time will be carefully monitored by state compliance officers.
Non-compliant citizens who may be tempted to exceed the permitted hour of exercise time should remember the state can monitor free-range activity via geolocation from cell phones (portable transponder). Most Australian citizens located outdoors are required to keep their electronic medical identification available for review by authorities at checkpoints as well as their essential worker permits. To ensure the public health, citizens must also scan QR codes at designated monitoring locations.
The state appreciates citizens who monitor their neighbors and use the national alert hotline to notify authorities of any resident who exceeds their approved outdoor recreation time limit, or is spotted attempting to exercise outside of the approved times of day. [New South Wales Article] – [Queensland Article]
♦ The Premier of the New South Wales directorate (Sydney area) is Comrade Premier Gladys Berejiklian. She has announced a magnanimous position to relieve the stress upon the year-long lockdowns.
As the Australian news is reporting:
(Via NINE NEWS) […] “From September 13, households living in the NSW government’s LGAs of concern will be allowed to spend an additional hour of recreation outdoors, as long as all adults in the household are fully vaccinated. This is on top of the already-permitted hour of exercise, meaning households will be able to visit a park, Ms Berejiklian said. However, people must take this hour within the current and ongoing curfew hours, which will continue.” [9pm to 5am]
“Outside the LGAs of concern, through the rest of Greater Sydney and regional NSW, five people will be allowed to gather outdoors, as long as all adults are fully vaccinated.”
“People who live alone can nominate one designated family member or friend to visit for companionship. However, “Singles bubbles” will be required to be registered on nsw.gov.au” (read more)
Masks are mandatory everywhere outside the home except when exercising. However, authorized workers must carry a New South Wales essential workers permit and present their papers at each checkpoint during travel or transit.
♦ Moving slightly north to the Queensland Directorate, they are proud to announce a new COVID Quarantine Camp being built to the West of Brisbane in a place near Toowoomba.
The nearest hospital is two hours away, but that didn’t stop Queensland’s Comrade Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk from signing a lease on the remote area to build a 1,000 bed involuntary quarantine camp for persons who test positive for COVID-19.
Comrade Annastacia Palaszczuk said construction has begun on Thursday for a dedicated regional quarantine facility at Wellcamp Airport near Toowoomba following months of discussion. The premier said the fit-for-purpose facility will be ready by the end of the year, and will eventually have the capacity for 1,000 beds.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Thursday the facility does not meet national guidelines, but wished the state “every success” as they build the involuntary containment and quarantine facility.
The federal government has previously said it was not in favor of a quarantine facility at Wellcamp because it did not meet the criteria of being within easy access of a passenger airport terminal or tertiary hospital.
BRISBANE TIMES – […] “The facility, near Toowoomba, would be almost a two-hour drive from the nearest tertiary hospital in Brisbane but could accommodate international passenger flights along with the limited overseas freight that already lands at the site.
Positive patients would be transported either by ambulance or airlifted to Brisbane’s existing COVID hospitals.
Asked if the Prime Minister knew about the announcement, the Premier said, “I’m quite sure he does now,” confirming she had not spoken to him and federal approval was still needed for such flights to be redirected to Wellcamp, which she hoped would come once the “heat” was out of the issue.
“We can bus people from Brisbane up here if we have to,” Ms Palaszczuk said. “If you build it, they will come.” (read more)