As authorities combat to place out worrying COVID spot fires across the nation, Aussie actor Rebel Wilson has purchased into the talk over lockdowns, leaving little doubt as to her opinion.
In a collection of posts to her Instagram tales in a single day, Wilson slammed Sydney’s lockdown order.
“Sydney WTF!!!” she wrote on a grim-faced selfie.
She additionally posted a photograph taken by her mom of grocery store cabinets that had been stripped naked, presumably by panic consumers at a Woolworths in Sydney.
“You can’t keep locking down as a strategy,” she declared.
The posts got here hours after Sydney recorded 30 new native COVID circumstances.
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Wilson isn’t even among the many 5.5 million Sydneysiders which can be presently underneath a 14-day lockdown order. She is in Atlanta filming Netflix challenge Senior Year.
In truth, opposite to Wilson’s opinion, the NSW Premier has confronted criticism from many quarters for not locking down sooner.
On Sunday, it was introduced a WA girl who had travelled to Sydney examined optimistic to COVID-19 on her return, forcing residents within the metropolitan and Peel areas to return to part one restrictions — together with obligatory masks carrying.
On the identical day Gladys Berejiklian insisted she did “not regret a single decision” throughout a powerful defence of her authorities’s dealing with of the rising outbreak.
She mentioned she had always adopted the recommendation of well being authorities.
This morning two extra colleges in Sydney’s jap suburbs discovered themselves caught up within the metropolis’s newest virus outbreak, as college holidays kick off.
Four college students at South Coogee Public School have now examined optimistic to COVID-19 and there are stories of a optimistic case in a pupil at Emanuel School Randwick – bringing the full variety of circumstances at 8am WST to 112, all recorded since June 16.
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