Victorian Premier Dan Andrews said way back last year that lockdowns would keep happening “until everyone was vaccinated”, but changed his tune recently to “until everyone has had the opportunity to get vaccinated”, and this is what all these premiers are saying now, but federal Health Department Secretary Brendan Murphy says no, the Ganges River, or Indian variant, what some call Delta, is so bad that it doesn’t matter how many people are vaccinated (because experience in the most vaxxed countries (Israel, England) show that the vaccines basically don’t work), and lockdowns will keep happening:
Health Department Secretary Brendan Murphy has warned that half the Australian population could be stuck in lockdown even if current vaccination rates were higher, reigniting business concerns about whether improved vaccine take-up can provide a pathway out of restrictions.
Professor Murphy’s assessment was endorsed by Scott Morrison as “fact” on Friday, with the Prime Minister saying the statement reflected the “nature of the Delta variant” and the “lived experience of countries all around the world who do have higher rates of vaccination”.
So we will have to keep listening to, for example, the South Australian Chief Health Officer Nicola Spurrier, who has one of the most annoying kinds of female Australian accent imaginable and sounds like she should be baking cakes for Country Women’s Association functions, telling us to DUCK THE VIRUS LADEN FOOTBALL:
Victorians are having a crap day and week with no end in sight. Have a laugh at the stupidity of this ding bat in South Australia. #Lockdown4 #SouthAustralia #AFL pic.twitter.com/ya5D4MKwHC
— Riff Jet (@TheRiffJet) June 2, 2021
Or, more recently, since there are going to be lockdowns forever, get your husband to rearrange his sock drawer!
SA's Chief Health Officer Prof. Nicola Spurrier has urged South Australians to think of some fun ways to get through the state's lockdown.
She's also urged her husband to get in on the lockdown fun, telling him it was the perfect time to "tidy up your sock drawer". #COVID19sa pic.twitter.com/nufnRArXOL
— 10 News First Adelaide (@10NewsFirstAdl) July 21, 2021
More vital info about what her hubby is up to (he’s very tidy!):
"My kids showed me a 'Where's Wally?' meme because of my jacket – I want you to all stay stationary so that my team can find the virus ie. 'Where's Wally?'. Prof. Spurrier gives an update on her husband's lockdown chores including tidying the sock drawer. https://t.co/ABmHDBaUsC pic.twitter.com/HFScMLvBzO
— 7NEWS Adelaide (@7NewsAdelaide) July 22, 2021
Where’s Wally the Virus?
Aus 🇭🇲 They are mocking you now. Listen to SA's Nicola Spurrier. She says stay home so her team can find the Virus, just like "Where's Wally" They are blatently baiting you now, and still you comply like SHEEP 🐑💥👊 pic.twitter.com/GccRVI21Uk
— 𝙇𝙏𝙍𝙉8 𝙀𝙉𝘿𝙉 (@ATLEASTDIETRYN) July 23, 2021
Enough of the hilarity. You will need FIVE sticks stuck up your nose:
I'll just leave this here and then go and pray for the people living in South Australia. pic.twitter.com/WuTcTOE7Bb
— JILL (@1Swinging_Voter) July 23, 2021
If people spent time in a restaurant where an infected person was they’re going to track them down, from CCTV and bank records:
Cash is king… pic.twitter.com/NcbWJjQbBn
— Enforcer (@dnforca) July 20, 2021
And when they’ve tracked them down, they forcibly remove them from their homes and into ‘medi-hotels’.
And from NSW, avoid talking to people:
Kerry Chant says friendliness is not allowed: “Whilst it is in human nature to engage in conversation with others, to be friendly, unfortunately this is not the time to do that.” #SydneyLockdown #COVID19 pic.twitter.com/gKC5ZRunID
— Erin Churchill (@erintheboss) July 20, 2021
It’s never going to end, ‘vaccine‘ or not, and it’s probably going to get progressively worse, unless (Sydney):
Must be 15,000 now. pic.twitter.com/hwRLGbZyfo
— John Ruddick (@JohnRuddick2) July 24, 2021
To give a sense of the number of people at the anti-lockdown protest in Melbourne right. This is about six minutes of footage sped up showing the start of the crowd to the end walking down Bourke St. @theage @smh pic.twitter.com/uRWaWqZuIj
— Rachael Dexter (@rachael_dexter) July 24, 2021
Melbourne, I Love You! You won’t see this crowd on the MSM tonight. You know what to do. 👊⚔️🇦🇺
Source: wearechange_melbourne (Instagram) pic.twitter.com/tML3vfkwoN
— sumthink Australian! (@sumthink) July 24, 2021
The movement is growing 🙌🙌🙌#FreedomMarch #Brisbane pic.twitter.com/OAHqT9vKHE
— BabaBoon 🇦🇺 (@BabaBoon17) July 24, 2021
[…] Good skill to learn because Delta is deadly and lockdowns are forever. […]