Dan Andrews, the premier for the Australian state of Victoria, has stated that the country will move past simply keeping people “locked down” and start making sure that people who have not taken a COVID vaccine are “locked out” of normal life.
“To protect the health system we’ve got everybody locked down,” Andrews said. “We’re going to move to a situation where, to protect the health system we’re we’re going to lock out people who are not vaccinated and can be. If you’re making the choice not not get vaccinated, then you’re making the wrong choice. You’re making the wrong choice.”
Andrews continued, “And for safety’s sake, and for, back to the point of how much work our nurses have to do, as this becomes absolutely a pandemic of the unvaccinated, and we open everything up, it’s not gonna be safe for people who are not vaccinated to be roaming around the place spreading the virus. That’s what they’ll be, that’s what they’ll be doing.”
As National File previously reported, Australia’s bizarre lockdown practices have culminated in a massive nationwide manhunt for one man who was dubbed a “COVID terrorist” and “Public Health Enemy No. 1” because he coughed in an elevator:
In the latest controversial COVID-related development coming out of Australia, the nation’s police forces have launched a massive manhunt for a man whom they have dubbed “Public Health Enemy No. 1” for coughing in an elevator and reportedly testing positive for COVID. Australia’s bizarre lockdown policies, which have been described as treating citizens like terrorists for not following protocols, have been widely criticized.
Anthony Karam, 27, was ordered into a two-week quarantine by health officials in Sydney after testing positive for COVID, but did not respond to phone calls from doctors, who then contacted the police. Footage of Karam coughing in an elevator was circulated as proof that he was a COVID protocol-defying terrorist, and he was promptly dubbed “Public Health Enemy No. 1” by law enforcement.
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