South Australia has revoked its draconian lockdown, which banned people from even walking their dogs, after it was revealed that just one person lied to contact tracers.
The lockdown took effect yesterday and banned people from leaving their homes unless for emergency medical reasons or to buy food.
Police even confirmed via Twitter that people who walked their dogs outside would be in violation of the law, prompting a huge backlash.
Now just a day later, the lockdown is set to be revoked after authorities admitted that the one person who sparked the decision had lied to contact tracers.
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The state of South Australia has entered another lockdown, with all outdoor activities including exercise and dog walking being banned, after just 36 new cases of coronavirus.
“The state has detected 36 cases since infections were found in Adelaide on Sunday, the first community cases detected in six months,” reports BBC News.
As a result, authorities have imposed a new “circuit breaker” lockdown across the region.
From today, the following restrictions are all in place;
– All outdoor exercise is banned.
– Mandatory mask wearing in all public places.
– Schools, gyms and universities are all closed.
– Shops, restaurants, cafes and pubs are all closed, with even takeaway options being banned.
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Today in “it’s starting to look a lot like a prison-state using Covid as the excuse” news…
Harrowing scenes are surfacing at the Peppers Adelaide medi-hotel in South Australia, where travelers who were already in a 14 day quarantine have been told that they have to undergo the 2 week process for a second time.
This has resulted in guests screaming from their balconies to be released from the hotel, where some are being forced to stay despite testing negative for Covid, according to news.com.au.
The standoff comes as the country tries to deal with a local cluster of cases that has more than doubled. More than 4000 people locally, who are considered “close contacts” have been quarantined, as a result.
Australian police said Wednesday they had uncovered a major child abuse ring with links to Europe, Asia and the United States.
Seventeen men, including a childcare worker and a children’s soccer coach, were arrested as part of a monthslong investigation, Australian Federal Police Assistant Commissioner Justine Gough said.
They’ve been charged with a total of 828 offenses, including sexually abusing children and producing and sharing child abuse material.
“No child should be subjected to abuse and violence from the people they trust, whether that is a family member, a childcare worker or a soccer coach,” Gough said.
Four newborn babies in Adelaide, Australia have died after being denied life-saving heart surgery due to coronavirus travel restrictions.
Adelaide is the only mainland Australian capital that doesn’t provide paediatric cardiac surgery, therefore around 100 babies a year have to be sent interstate to receive treatment.
However, due to COVID-19 lockdown restrictions imposed by the Australian government, transfers to Melbourne have stopped and the babies have to make a longer journey to Sydney instead.
“Obsetrician Professor John Svigos said four babies who had died in Adelaide in the past month had been unable to be transferred and would have “almost certainly” benefited from on-site surgery,” reports 9 News.
Former Australian Senator Cory Bernardi presented a piece for Sky News Australia in which he claimed that the agenda behind the COVID panic was for elite Davos billionaires to bring about a “great reset” that would see permanent social and economic changes.
Noting that there is “something unusual about the continuing pandemic panic,” Bernardi cited medical experts who “now acknowledge that lockdowns don’t work” and asked viewers to “consider if there is another agenda at work.”
Indeed, in a recent interview with the Spectator, the World Health Organization’s special envoy on COVID-19, Dr David Nabarro, called on world leaders to stop using lockdowns as their primary method of control because they were making “poor people an awful lot poorer.”
Bernardi then highlighted comments made by Klaus Schwab, founder and Chairman of the World Economic Forum, who told fellow globalists that COVID-19 had proven the old system to be inadequate and that, “Now is the historical moment of time not only to fight the… virus but to shape the system… for the post-corona era.”
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We’ve previously detailed protests that have sprung up in various major cities across the Australian continent over authorities’ ultra-restrictive coronavirus lockdown measures, which are especially stringent and far-reaching in the southeast state of Victoria.
There’s been multiple instances caught on video of police cracking down on elderly people and even pregnant women for merely resting outside on park benches, supposedly in “violation” of coronavirus social distancing measures, even as case numbers have significantly dropped since August. And now here’s the latest incident to go viral as citizens flock to newly reopened beaches, after Victoria slightly relaxed some of its more severe lockdown restrictions:
Video has emerged of police officers clashing with beachgoers in a dramatic arrest of a woman at a Melbourne beach as hordes of residents headed outdoors to enjoy the good weather over the weekend.
Officers approached a group of people at Altona Beach, in the city’s southwest, on Saturday evening after noticing they weren’t wearing masks, Victoria Police said.
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60 Minutes is telling the story of Joe Biden sexual assault accuser Tara Reade, except it is the Australian version of the show.
It shows Reade’s home movies of a tour of Biden’s Senate office, where she was an intern in 1993.
“He was a political hero of mine because I bought into the image,” Reade said.
“And I really believed he was someone not only to admire, but I wanted to be like him, like I had hoped to be maybe a senator,” she said.
Reade said it was not long before her political hero “turned into a predator.”
She told 60 Minutes Australia that he would put his hands on her and would run his fingers under her hair.
Yet another shock video out of Australia shows police enforcing coronavirus rules by arresting an elderly woman sitting on a park bench for not wearing a mask.
“This is unlawful, on what grounds am I under arrest?” asks the woman.
An officer then walks around the back of the bench and snatches her friend’s phone away, preventing her from filming the encounter.
The woman is told that she is being arrested for failing to provide her name and address.
However, as we have seen in numerous other instances, this is just part of the enforcement of coronavirus rules.
Once a person has been targeted for not wearing a mask or violating any other coronavirus rule, they are asked to provide a name and address so they can be fined.
If they refuse to do so, they are then arrested.