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    CommishCommish
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    Interesting to see how different states respond to varying degrees of an outbreak. Even more interesting to see how some defend the action taken and those that depose the action taken. I guess it is one of those little problems that will be with us for some time yet. It will be interesting to see how the economic status of all the States will be in 12 months time due to the actions taken by the various premiers. No sense in blaming the Comm Gov, States wanted their individuality and it was granted.

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    #16085
    OldBogeyOldBogey
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    next week is going to be hot, in Victoria, so lots of people will flock to the beaches, and or get outside in sun and fresh air and enjoy them selves, the ingredients for health living, instead of being cooped up in side.

    Anyone want to bet against the lock down extending to end of February, even into March.…….

    Betting against it? No way!
    Commandant Dan is always wanting to show that he’s the boss instead of setting reasonable limitations. Any excuse to push his peasants around. He’s probably descended from the sheriff of Nottingham.

    People say that nothing is impossible, but I do nothing every day.
    West Gippsland Veterans Champion 2017 & 2018
    Olinda Golf Club B Grade Champion 2018
    Warragul Country Club C Grade Champion 2019
    West Gippsland Veterans B Grade Champion 2019
    Nothing for 2020

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    #16123
    WeetbixWeetbix
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    Interesting to see how different states respond to varying degrees of an outbreak. Even more interesting to see how some defend the action taken and those that depose the action taken. I guess it is one of those little problems that will be with us for some time yet. It will be interesting to see how the economic status of all the States will be in 12 months time due to the actions taken by the various premiers. No sense in blaming the Comm Gov, States wanted their individuality and it was granted.

    There seem to be plenty who are blaming the PM and saying he should take action through economic force and whatever else he can come up with

    It’s a crazy world

    Overall it’s gone great and even thought I wish more Premiers took a path like Gladys I don’t agree with piling on as if they are criminals

    They are making political decisions – surprise surprise!

    #16129
    CommishCommish
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    Interesting to see how different states respond to varying degrees of an outbreak. Even more interesting to see how some defend the action taken and those that depose the action taken. I guess it is one of those little problems that will be with us for some time yet. It will be interesting to see how the economic status of all the States will be in 12 months time due to the actions taken by the various premiers. No sense in blaming the Comm Gov, States wanted their individuality and it was granted.

    There seem to be plenty who are blaming the PM and saying he should take action through economic force and whatever else he can come up with

    It’s a crazy world

    Overall it’s gone great and even thought I wish more Premiers took a path like Gladys I don’t agree with piling on as if they are criminals

    They are making political decisions – surprise surprise!

    Yep, seems they are doing what they believe is best for their respective States and I suggest to a degree what they believe will keep them popular. Funny how each States populace viewpoint seems to trend with what they are used to, but that also seems to depend on the respective areas of the State they reside in.
    Time will tell what worked best I suppose. Still a bit bemused though when the States call for more money from Comm Gov to cover shortfalls caused or extended by State Gov decisions. Or how States can close their borders and affect 1000’s who had holiday bookings, but then reopen and implore holidaymakers to come to their State because the respective tourism and hospitality industry are suffering. 🤪🤪😄

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    #16130
    OldBogeyOldBogey
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    Well, vaccinations are about to commence and they should get around to all of us by the end of the year.
    It will be interesting to see what effect the vaccinations have.
    The vaccine does not make the patient immune to coronavirus, it just pre-arms the immune system to recognise covid-19 as an evil invader and start the fight immediately, thus reducing the severity of the infection. Life saving no doubt, but not immunity. Some people will be asymptomatic but still infectious.

    The question has not yet been answered as to whether a recovered covid-19 patient is then immune and whether they will be immune from variants of the strain and to what extent.

    Being an old fart means I should be up towards the top of the ‘early adopter’ list. But being in country Victoria means our list will come well after the city folk.

    These, and other questions will all be answered, eventually.

    People say that nothing is impossible, but I do nothing every day.
    West Gippsland Veterans Champion 2017 & 2018
    Olinda Golf Club B Grade Champion 2018
    Warragul Country Club C Grade Champion 2019
    West Gippsland Veterans B Grade Champion 2019
    Nothing for 2020

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