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New Zealand to resume Australia 'travel bubble' as Sydney COVID threat eases

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Still no herd immunity in New Zealand and Australia. Big trouble for them in the future because of their misguided lockdowns.

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 misguided lockdowns

Yes, must be a real downer living normal lives. How they must look back in fondness at lockdowns, out of control Covid cases and no Tasman travel. The good old days are well and truly behind them. Now they have entered the uncertain world of living as they did before Covid came along. Poor things.

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Still no herd immunity in New Zealand and Australia. Big trouble for them in the future because of their misguided lockdowns.

The only right way to achieve herd immunity is through vaccinations. Not by infesting the whole population which risks killing thousands of people. Unless you think those at risk of dying are ependable.

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Still no herd immunity in New Zealand and Australia. Big trouble for them in the future because of their misguided lockdowns.

Not only that, their vaccination rate is still pretty low.

Yes, must be a real downer living normal lives.

Define normal. Melbourne has experienced more than 160 days of lockdowns, and they are not able to visit their family members outside of these countries, that have actually a pretty big immigrant base.

Not only that, Australian people who live abroad now are at risk of being treated as criminals if they dare to come back to their own country, which by the way is a clear violation of the UN human rights rules.

The only right way to achieve herd immunity is through vaccinations. 

Vaccination might be the best way, but to say it is the only way is just being an immunity denier, which is a new category of anti-scientific thought that became popular this year.

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