Australia’s Gladys Berejiklia is Biden’s version 2.0 – I think both of them need to create a new country and bring all their liberal supporters with them.
Berejiklian plans to lockdown unvaccinated till December, saying ‘We’re going harder.’
On Tuesday, the unvaccinated was put on notice by far-left New South Wales Premier Gladys Berejiklian that after the stay-at-home order ends in December, those residents in Sydney who didn’t take the jab will face total social isolation indefinitely.
Berejiklian Added that those who choose not to get vaccinated will “be waiting a very long time” to experience freedoms given to those who are.
She added, “I want to be very clear. Life for the unvaccinated will be very difficult indefinitely.”
“I want to be very clear. Life for the unvaccinated will be very difficult INDEFINITELY..” pic.twitter.com/5uHeTGrBWx
— 🇦🇺 Tam (@SongbirdTam_83) September 28, 2021
According to Reuters:
Sydney residents who are not vaccinated against COVID-19 risk being barred from various social activities even when they are freed from stay-at-home orders in December, New South Wales state Premier Gladys Berejiklian warned on Tuesday.
Under a roadmap to exit lockdown in Australia’s biggest city, unvaccinated people are already subject to delays in freedoms that will be gradually granted to inoculated residents between Oct. 11 and Dec. 1.
Berejiklian said people who choose not to be vaccinated could be barred entry to shops, restaurants and entertainment venues even after the state lifts all restrictions against them on Dec. 1.
Excerpt from The Guardian reports:
Regional travel has been pushed back to the second stage of reopening, at 80% vaccine coverage, which is expected to be achieved by 25 October.
The third stage of reopening is set for 1 December and, while it is not pinned to a vaccination target, the NSW chief health officer, Dr Kerry Chant, said she expected to reach 92% immunisation coverage of the adult population by that point.
As part of the second-stage reopening, gatherings in homes will increase from five people to 10 people, however, the 20-person outdoor gathering limit will remain.
At 80% vaccination, hospitality and retail settings will have to comply with a spacing rule of one person per four square metres indoors, with no caps on patronage, except for gyms, which will also be limited to 20 people per class. Entertainment venues will also be allowed to operate at 75% seated capacity, based on the one person per four square metre spacing rule. Standing and drinking at the pub will also be allowed.
Unvaccinated people will be barred from all of the new freedoms, except for gatherings in places of worship, which will be able to open to all worshippers, regardless of immunisation status.
The third stage of reopening, to take effect from 1 December, does away with limits on in-home gatherings, and shifts to a density rule of one person per two square metres for outdoor and indoor settings, including hospitality, retail, entertainment and weddings. Masks will only be mandatory on public transport and planes, and for some hospitality workers.