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Went to Melbourne to steal drugs back to Queensland, two women become 'public enemies'

2019-nCoV Special
Source: xkb.com.au
[Social News]     30 Jul 2020
Queensland's 19-year-old woman OliviaWinnieMuranga( left) and DianaLasu confirmed yesterday's new crown outbreak in Australia has rebounded, but compared, but compared to the already troubled state of Victoria, the panic of the new state, Queensland has been very good epidemic prevention results. Since May, all confirmed cases in the state have been hotel isolation. But on July 29, the state's rec...
Went to Melbourne to steal drugs back to Queensland, two women become 'public enemies'

Two 19-year-old women Olivia Winnie Muranga( left) and Diana Lasu confirmed their new crown yesterday

Australia's new crown has rebounded, but Queensland's epidemic has been excellent compared to the already troubled state of Victoria. Since May, all confirmed cases in the state have been hotel isolation. But on July 29, the state's record ended with two 19-year-old women.

The local mailman post (The Courier Mail) in queensland made no mention of the two women's huge photo, in front of today's headlines, using "Enemies of the State"(state enemies) as the headline.

 

Went to Melbourne to steal drugs back to Queensland, two women become 'public enemies'

Courier Post, Queensland Cover Today

On July 29, the Queensland Health Department reported two new confirmed cases, two women who had previously travelled to Melbourne on holiday, returned to Queensland via Sydney on July 21. When infectious, they were diagnosed eight days after free activity in the Queensland community.

One of the two women, Olivia Winnie Mulanga (Olivia Winnie Muranga), was a cleaner in Parkland Christian College Queensland. After returning from Melbourne to Queensland, she returned to school directly, but a few days later, she was unwell and was diagnosed after a Coronavirus test on July 27. The Parkland Christian College has now been fully closed, with all teachers and students isolated at home, and the woman's travel partner Diana Lasso (Diana Lasu) was diagnosed Wednesday.

Queensland had previously imposed entry restrictions on Vijouans, but not Sydney, so on July 21, the two women returned from Melbourne to Sydney, then transferred to Brisbane. Not only did they not declare that they had been to Melbourne when they entered Queensland, but they also provided false personal information, one of which provided the wrong date of birth and deliberately misspelled her name. Police said one of the two had already cooperated with the police and the health department, while the other refused to speak.

Went to Melbourne to steal drugs back to Queensland, two women become 'public enemies'

From early Saturday morning, all residents of Greater Sydney were barred from entering Queensland. (Information Photo)

A number of restaurants, bars, clinics, shops and shopping centres in downtown Brisbane and the south, which Parkland Christian College, have visited, have been closed and cleaned. Worried about the possibility of deliberately hiding the track after returning to Queensland, the Queensland Police and Health Department has seized their mobile phones and analyzed them. They were fined $4,000 by the state police for lying when they entered the country. According to the current Queensland isolation regulations, the cost of self-financing isolation for passengers returning from the new crown hot spot is $2800 per person.

Police now suspect that the two women are nominally travelling to Melbourne for a holiday, but in fact interstate theft. A woman who had previously sneaked into a luxury store in Melbourne was investigated for trying to steal the handbags of the Italian luxury brand Bottega Veneta. In addition, Queensland police believe the two women attended an illegal gathering of 20 people in Victoria earlier this month, and police say they have all the identity of the party participants.

A recent rebound in new and vizhou outbreaks has strained the state as a whole, with queensland governor parazook (Annastacia Palaszczuk) confirming yesterday that the entire sydney area was seen as a hot spot for the new crown since 1 a.m. august, banning all sydney residents from queensland.

The behaviour of the two women aroused public anger, the governor of Queensland Parazuk and the Chief Medical Officer of Queensland (Jeannette Young) of the two women's "reckless negligence ", authorities the two women were investigated how the entry into Queensland.

According to media reports, in addition to the two women, there is a third woman returned from Virginia to Queensland did not declare the itinerary, the woman is currently under police investigation, but has been fined $4000. Police said the woman's virus test has not yet been positive.

The outbreak in Queensland has cast doubt on the current border management programme, opposition party Deputy Leader Tim Mande (Tim Mander) said government should not rely too much on a system that requires "honesty" to operate.

In a 1,000-person survey conducted by the Mail of Messenger ,93 percent said the state should abandon its current "integrity system" when it comes to new crown travel tests ".

Went to Melbourne to steal drugs back to Queensland, two women become 'public enemies'

 

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