Correct my stupidity but am i the only that sees some states get say (3 - to what ever cases ) and then it blows out Where as other states like Qld get some cases and next week there is nothing again. I just don't understand could some explain. These states also seem to be lagging on injections as well Any way just curious.
In Queensland(especially) you can't believe a single thing you hear from the main scam media, the numbers are slanted by the chief health officer who just happens to be married to a man who was very high up in Pfizer, conflict of interest at its best.
Simple. In QLD, if there are more than a handful of cases, the gov't announces a snap, hard lockdown. Practically everyone obeys said lockdown and it does not spread.
In NSW, they are more concerned about money (given the conservative sate gov't.) They don't lock down until it's already got away. I suspect it ends up costing them / business more in the long run.
I forget what they did in VIC, this time, someone will have to remind me.
Also VIC and NSW are more densely populated, this will work against them.
Early and hard is working for us up in QLD.
The figures I hear on the news are believable to me, especially when you see the same figures, whether it's the ABC, or Murdock (just a different opinion on whether the state gov't is doing a good job)
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