South Australian officials say coronavirus lockdown no ‘stuff-up’ after pizza worker’s lie

397188 scaled

Sumary of South Australian officials say coronavirus lockdown no ‘stuff-up’ after pizza worker’s lie:

  • Health authorities have defended their decision to put 1.6 million South Australians under stay at home orders after a key piece of information proved false, saying they would not have got a second chance to contain a potential outbreak..
  • Lockdown orders are set to ease at midnight on Saturday, three days earlier than originally planned, after a person who initially said they had contracted the virus while picking up a pizza at an Adelaide pizza bar later admitted to working in the kitchen..
  • South Australia makes young pizza worker scapegoat for Covid-19 failures “Whether [the public] choose to see it as a stuff-up is their prerogative but I remain firm that the decision we took to go into a lockdown was the right decision based on the information we were provided,”.
  • The SA chief public health officer, Prof Nicola Spurrier, said the decision to impose a six-day lockdown was not made on the basis of the pizza bar infection alone, but it was “the tip of the iceberg for me, finding out actually, we have a really serious situation here if we can’t get on top of it”..
  • South Australia to end Covid lockdown early as premier ‘fuming’ over pizza lie “This was so early … way earlier than people clicked to things in Victoria, earlier than the Crossroads Hotel cluster and subsequent seeding into New South Wales,”…

Want to know more click here go to health news source.

From -

Close

Languages