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Australian state of NSW tightens restrictions as virus cluster expands

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By Swati Pandey

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Australia, failing the hard way. When winter comes the number of people developing COVID will take off in the southern states and all the lock downs and sufferings from them will be shown to have been useless.

By the time winter comes around in half a year, vaccine will have been rolled out down there.

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Given the current COVID situation in NSW, it makes more sense to let Melbourne to organise the event.

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Australia, failing the hard way. When winter comes the number of people developing COVID will take off in the southern states and all the lock downs and sufferings from them will be shown to have been useless.

Unless all airports and ports are permanently closed until most people have been vaccinated, they cannot keep it out.

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I wish Japanese government would take Australia's early measures into consideration sincerely.

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Thousands of them at Bronte beach and all along the coast at New Year’s. Very few of them wearing mouth covering. And they wonder why these clusters are happening. No worries, she’ll be right! There’s umpteen more billions of dollars of free money gubmint largesse ready and waiting to gush forth in case New South gets locked down for months. Just say the word and the spigot will be cranked open to the max.

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-australia-55471235

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"the five-day cricket test match between Australia and India, scheduled to begin on Thursday, will go ahead with attendance at 50% capacity."

Of course CA will not say no to the huge revenue that a series between India and Australia generates. Good for folks like me who love watching old school test cricket over the T20 circus that passes for cricket these days.

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