A man with Covid-19 left managed isolation in Auckland for more than an hour and went to a supermarket in the central city.
The 32-year-old man, New Zealand’s latest Covid case, arrived in New Zealand from India on July 3.
Health Minister Chris Hipkins said the man left his managed isolation facility at the Stamford Plaza and went to Countdown on Victoria St West last night.
The Government will be secretly grateful that the Walker-Boag dirty politics bombshell has overshadowed everything else, especially this latest breach of isolation.
It follows an earlier breach by some woman who climbed over a fence to abscond.
To date NZ has been relying on people put into isolation and quarantine to comply willingly with the process, this is partly because we aren’t arseholes but mostly because our underfunded joke of a system is focused on the cheapest possible ‘voluntary best practise’ bullshit because we don’t have the capacity to do much else.
These selfish pricks must be named and publicly shamed the second they are convicted once they are well enough to stand trial. Maybe knowing that they will be publicly shamed and made into social pariahs will force these arseholes to comply.
We have not sacrificed so much to have spoiled clowns betray our good will and breach these quarantines.
We really need to publicly shame this escapee who breached quarantine as soon as possible because the only way to make these selfie loving type of Kiwis to stay inside the hotel is the knowledge they will have their precious social media profiles denigrated if they don’t.
If this had occurred without the Walker-Boag bombshell, the Government would be facing another backlash, so for what must be the 10 billionth time now, for the love of Christ Labour, sort this shit out!
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