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Posted in: Gov't to shorten quarantine period for vaccinated travelers See in context

“First step in a series of steps” don’t panic it’ll change for the better.I looking forward to travelling like everyone else.

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Posted in: Vaccinated Sydney residents get 'blueprint for freedom' See in context

NSW reackon it looks like early December for their international border to open to Japan, uk and usa.

WA and QLD won’t open to well into next year cos they can, and there’s no scense of urgency with the people there. They’re still living in 2020 when there was no vax or treatment, wake up fools!!

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Posted in: Japan passes 50% fully vaccinated rate, nearing level of European nations See in context

Oops 60%

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Posted in: Japan passes 50% fully vaccinated rate, nearing level of European nations See in context

That’s 50% of the whole population, not above 16 years old? That brings it closer to 50% or so, am i right? Correct me if so.

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Posted in: Australian states free of COVID resist opening their borders See in context

Prison WA

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Posted in: Australian states free of COVID resist opening their borders See in context

Nobody gets in, people like me going for a funeral! Haven’t seen my family and probably won’t, They’re happy and full of themselves, live it up guys it will leak in eventually with those much needed goods that you are happy to let in on trucks. Anyways WA is hot crappy boring place, nothing to see there folks.

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Posted in: Police officer arrested for assaulting restaurant worker See in context

”I can’t recall” guess a policeman would know what to say ! Best way not to incriminate himself?

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 3,081 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 19,312 See in context

Light at the end of the tunnel, hope it isn’t a train coming

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Posted in: New Australian virus cases soar over 1,000 a day for first time See in context

Queensland shut it’s hotel quarantines for residents and all interstate travellers for 2 weeks with only 2 hours notice. Wt

none of the states with follow national cabinets plans to open up some overseas travel when vaccination hits 80%. It’s all political.So no Aussies will be able to return home?

What laws will stay after covid? No parties it’s deemed a health issue?Covid safe app everytime you enter a shop? Protests too? Were is your freedom?

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 4,220 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 21,570 See in context

One household I know well with 3 unvaxxed 3 vaxxed, all unvaxxed have Rona the other 3 all fine so far. One of them’s boss said just come in to work if you feel okay.

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Posted in: Australia's Qantas to make vaccines mandatory for staff See in context

There will be no international travel they’re dreaming and for that matter barely any domistic travel either due to states closing borders at a whim.more chance flying to Mars than Australia.

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Posted in: New Zealand says it has solved COVID outbreak puzzle See in context

Yeah, blame Sydney. Enjoy your lockdown

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Posted in: Bach to return to Tokyo for Paralympics opening ceremony See in context

He has too be the most unpopular person in Japan, poor guy

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Posted in: Virus outbreak grows in Australian state of NSW See in context

One guy was sentenced to 2 months in the big house for catching a train from Sydney to the countryside. W/A messiah says he won’t open the border to his promised land even when vaccinations reach 80%. So much division and no unity. My fellow Aussies have lost the plot

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 4,377 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 19,955 See in context

To infinity and beyond

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Posted in: Curfew imposed in Melbourne after pub crawls; Darwin in lockdown; NSW sees worst day of pandemic See in context

Closed the playgounds too, that’ll teach the brats.

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Posted in: Ex-Australian rugby star Kefu seriously injured in home invasion See in context

I know of someone who used their unloaded rife to on a home invasion then called the police, the police charged the home owner.

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Posted in: Sydney hits new COVID case record as outbreak spreads See in context

Over 60% of the population in lockdown, who is gonna pay for that? The tax payers.Thankyou for making it financially impossible to come home to see my family not to mention my fathers funeral I couldn’t go to. There must be a better way to handle things there without banishing fellow Aussies.Hope you all get on top of this there so we can see family and friends oneday.

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Posted in: Man rescued from jaws of crocodile in Australia's remote northeast See in context

Shame crocodile dundee wasn’t there.

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Posted in: Struggling Sydney warned to brace for higher COVID numbers See in context

warning to fellow aussies that from Aug 11 Australian citizens who normally reside oveseas that return home are no longer automatically exempt from being able to leave Australia . Check the link if you think I’m full of it.

https://covid19.homeaffairs.gov.au/leaving-australia

good luck

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Posted in: Gov't expands COVID quasi-state of emergency to 8 more prefectures See in context

Vaccinations are moving quiclkly and most people ain’t ant- vaxxers,so hang in there folks all under control. Could be worse could in Australia.

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Posted in: Troops to enforce Sydney lockdown as Brisbane extends virus curbs See in context

seeimg troops on the streets isn’t gonna fair well with people. How about translators and councillors and people carring essential goods and helping, of course not. Glad they bannished us

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Posted in: Japan expands COVID state of emergency to 3 areas near Tokyo and Osaka See in context

At least the vaccine is getting out there and deaths are very low, we are getting there. Once the younger ones have access to it… just a few more months. Sure nobody follows the SOE but at least we ain’t down under.

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Posted in: Australia's third-largest city of Brisbane to enter COVID lockdown See in context

I agree steve, I aint protecting the anti vaxxers either

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Posted in: Sydney lockdown extended by 4 weeks as virus outbreak grows See in context

8100 to date cases, sadly 67 deaths to date. 0.82% death rate.yep that justifies this cirus.

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Posted in: Earth's 'vital signs' worsening as humanity's impact deepens See in context

Its not till we cut down the last tree, catch the last fish,poison the last river that we’ll realize that you can’t eat money.

a native American saying

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Posted in: Sydney lockdown extended by 4 weeks as virus outbreak grows See in context

Glad they wouldn’t let us come back, we’d have nothing to our names, no freedom and no vaccine. Police state!

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Posted in: Sydney tightens lockdown as virus outbreak grows See in context

They wouldn’t let the cricketers in India recently back, threatened anyone who came back with a stint in jail. The cricketers had to find their own way home. Maybe their borders will never open!

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Posted in: Sydney tightens lockdown as virus outbreak grows See in context

they’ll prob leave their athletes stranded here in Japan like the rest of Aussies overseas.or throw them in the can for coming home.

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Posted in: Melbourne in 5th lockdown as Australia scrambles to curb virus outbreak See in context

Only the UK infection numbers were used by the PM and nothing metioned about deaths, which by coincidence runs at about 0.1%. Keep’em in fear to control them.

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