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Queensland to prevent the new state, declared the Great Sydney epidemic

2019-nCoV Special
Source: xkb.com.au
[Social News]     29 Jul 2020
Queensland Governor Palazuk (Annastacia Palaszczuk) confirmed that since August 1 this Saturday at 1 a.m., the state will view the entire Greater Sydney area as a new crown epidemic hot spot, banning all residents of Greater Sydney from Queensland. The governor of the new state said the decision hurt the state itself more.
Queensland to prevent the new state, declared the Great Sydney epidemic

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

Queensland Governor Palazuk (Annastacia Palaszczuk) confirmed that since August 1 this Saturday at 1 a.m., the state will view the entire Greater Sydney area as a new crown epidemic hot spot, banning all residents of Greater Sydney from Queensland. The governor of the new state said the decision hurt the state itself more.

Prior to this, Queensland has declared three local government districts in Sydney, Liverpool (Liverpool), Jinbao Town (Campelltown) and Feifei City (Fairifield), as epidemic hot spots, and now adds 31 local government districts.

Two new crown cases were announced today, confirmed by a young woman who returned from Melbourne via Sydney, and who spent eight days in the community before being hospitalized and segregated. According to recent data studies, young people between the ages of 20 and 29, especially young women, are a major group of Coronavirus infected in Australia.

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Palazuk said the new rules came into effect only on Saturday to give people who want to return to Queensland a cushion. "At an extraordinary time, we will do everything we can (to curb Coronavirus transmission). "

Parazouk criticized the "reckless negligence" of the two young women, which had caused inconvenience to many other residents and stressed that "the next 24 to 48 hours would be critical for Queensland ".

As for the state's new decision, the new governor, Gladys Berejiklian, responded in the first place that the decision was more damaging to the state than to its residents.

"But for Queensland or South Australia, the economic consequences are far more severe than the harm done to the state ," Berry Giklian said. "

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