NSW government finally protects vulnerable residents

NSW Deputy Police Commissioner Gary Worboys said the two-person rule applied to those wanting to visit the cemetery on Mother’s Day.”

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13 Responses to NSW government finally protects vulnerable residents

  1. Leo G

    The NSW Two People Visitation Rule- effective 1 May 2020:

    Two adults (and any dependant children) can visit another person’s home to provide care or support.
    It is important that you
    – maintain social distancing during your visit
    – practise good personal hygiene, including washing your hands thoroughly when you arrive
    – not visit anyone and immediately get tested if you have COVID-19 symptoms, even if they are mild.

    Who lives at a cemetery?
    Also note that the Rule, as stated, is merely advisory.

  2. nfw

    Plod is not known for its IQ and ability to think. Now where else have we heard that great line, “I was only obeying orders”?

  3. billie

    you can understand better now why people feared the Stasi

    sure, this is mild by comparrison, but it’s where they started

    little rules, little infringes on liberty and eventually an all seeing organisaitoin dedicated to “the rules”

    worse, it’s self inflicted ..

    it leaves us open now to little laws being brought in whenever for whatever reason .. little laws little rules .. creep creep

  4. Meanwhile at David Jones this morning it was business as usual you could not customer service staff within 100 meters of you and then you were asked to social distance. I was actually shopping not socialising.

  5. Zatara

    Newsflash to the Commissioner – Most of the oldies found in cemeteries are past being infected with anything.

  6. There’s a missing find in there somewhere … but you all figured that out.

  7. notafan

    My Dan worshipping Sil dropped in to my mum’s with cake.

    Take that commissioner Ashton.

  8. Bruce of Newcastle

    Someone has been watching too many zombie flicks.
    It’s ok Gary, bat bugs can’t infect the dead.
    World War Z won’t start on your watch.

  9. Hay Stockard

    What an arrogant doofus. He has much to be modest about.

  10. a reader

    Both him and the Commissioner need to go. They can take Hazzard and Constance with them. Gladys can stay IF and only IF she lets Perottet and Barilaro make some decisions (NRL corona craziness excluded)

  11. Bar Beach Swimmer

    Both him and the Commissioner need to go. They can take Hazzard and Constance with them. Gladys can stay IF and only IF she lets Perottet and Barilaro make some decisions (NRL corona craziness excluded)

    +heaps

  12. grumpy

    But from next Friday all my kids and their families can come visit me as long as they stay out on the street (10 people in a public place) but only half of them can come inside (5 in a private home).
    They are making it up as they go along with no logic or reason to it.

  13. a reader

    In NSW we’re going from a situation where what we used to call a good Catholic family can visit their relatives to a situation from Friday where the family has to choose which of their kids or parents they leave behind. Not logical at all.

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