Coronavirus: Sydney nears ‘freedom day’; 30 million fully vaccinated in South Korea

Australia was bracing for more Covid-19 infections and hospitalisations, officials said on Saturday, even as it moves toward gradually easing pandemic restrictions with the vast majority of its people getting vaccinated against the virus.Sydney, in a lockdown for more than 100 days, is to ease some key restrictions for the fully vaccinated from Monday, a day described by many as “freedom day”. More than 70 per cent of people across New South Wales state, of which Sydney is the capital, have…

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  1. “Freedom Day”?
    The unvaccinated will continue to be restricted from almost all merchandise shops, and all pubs and entertainment venues and segregated or kept out of churches.
    The unvaccinated have lost their jobs while having families to feed while bills are piling up.
    This is TYRANNY DAY!
    This is also ANTI-SCIENCE DAY!
    Straight out of 1984.

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