The NSW Premier has said it’s not a lock down, rather, that it’s a stay at home order, and then pleaded for common sense.
A week on, we can see how that is playing out. Not well.
The NSW Chief health Officer today told people in NSW that retail was a problem setting for them:
While NSW and their federal friends have been quick in the past to criticise the stronger and more restrictive lockdowns in Victoria, history has shown that they work.
Retailers are told in NSW by the government to be open and that staff can cross Covid borders to get to and from work, but now they say the retail setting is problematic.