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5 minutes ago, Thirsty Relic said:

Yes - but from where I am, it looks as if my Doctor has as much trouble as I do getting through to the Admin staff, even when fulfilling prescriptions that Doctors have signed and approved is surely a simple clerical function for them!

That's your doctors fault if s/he can't manage their employees.

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Yes, two countries who have done the exact opposite which isnt a great strategy either.

 

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21 minutes ago, HeHasRisen said:

Yes, two countries who have done the exact opposite which isnt a great strategy either.

 

No. That’s two international sports teams refusing to come to the U.K. because it is too dangerous.

 

More than a little embarrassing 

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2 minutes ago, sibon said:

No. That’s two international sports teams refusing to come to the U.K. because it is too dangerous.

 

More than a little embarrassing 

Thats some creative summarising there, it wasnt the only reason. The fact they would have to stay in a hotel for 14 days on return and player mental health concerns about constantly being in bubbles were also cited, strange you chose to ignore those bits.

 

Also interesting that the Union counterparts seemingly have no issue with coming to the UK around the same time to play in meaningless friendlies.

 

As I have said before, the Aussies and NZ-ers are screwed. No exit plan, no appetite from its citizens to have the jab, they cant keep borders closed for ever nor can they force their citizens to stay at home for ever for the sake of a handful of cases.  Mass civil unrest down there can't be far off.

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18 hours ago, sibon said:

I’ll message my sister in law in Fitzroy.

 

She should have the correct info. You’d hope so anyway.

 

On 21/07/2021 at 10:51, HeHasRisen said:

They literally have no exit plan, they cant keep doing this to their citizens for ever. They have even shut construction sites, and people in Melbourne who are deemed close contacts of people who may have it are not even allowed to open their windows at home, its absolutely bonkers. 

 

22 hours ago, butlers said:

It would be ridiculous to police but it's NOT true.

 

Actually the .gov site is very plain about how you should behave in isolation and good hygiene practices.

 

 

 

I know the quotes are in reverse order, but I have news from Fitzroy.

 

Opening windows is not prohibited, so there was either a mistake from the minister, or a mishearing from the radio listener.

 

Additional news from Fitzroy. It’s freezing, why would you want to open your windows?

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19 minutes ago, sibon said:

 

 

I know the quotes are in reverse order, but I have news from Fitzroy.

 

Opening windows is not prohibited, so there was either a mistake from the minister, or a mishearing from the radio listener.

 

Additional news from Fitzroy. It’s freezing, why would you want to open your windows?

12 celcius isnt freezing.

 

As for a "mishearing", absolutely not, I have now listened to it multiple times, maybe take a listen yourself

 

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/dir-qa9bw-f4b6bc7?utm_campaign=w_share_ep&utm_medium=dlink&utm_source=w_share

 

LIsten about 2.07 in.

 

She lives in the Werribee area if that helps

 

 

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After listening and the different tier thing , I think the .gov was about self isolating.

Maybe there's a different rule if the authorities tell you to isolate?

 

If that's the case there's conflict in advice.

 

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1 hour ago, HeHasRisen said:

12 celcius isnt freezing.

 

As for a "mishearing", absolutely not, I have now listened to it multiple times, maybe take a listen yourself

 

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/dir-qa9bw-f4b6bc7?utm_campaign=w_share_ep&utm_medium=dlink&utm_source=w_share

 

LIsten about 2.07 in.

 

She lives in the Werribee area if that helps

 

 

Fair enough. 
 

It looks as though the Aussie government has been taking communication lessons from Johnson

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Or, the advice for those who are having to stay at home due to a "Tier 1 exposure site" is different, who knows.

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My brain hurts.

It looks like in cases you are mandated to go to a quarantine hotel, you may Not  open the window.

But if it has a private balcony you can go stand on that.

 

Nope ,still got me baffled

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