Victorians have celebrated their first weekend of freedom by showing people a copy of their medical history to participate in society.
Dubbed a ’21st digital version’ of Soviet Russia’s internal pasport system, Victorians the state over were celebrating showing their papers just to access basic services.
Elderly survivor of the Bolshevik regime Petr Terdovsky, now living in Melbourne, said it brought back cherished memories of Stalin’s regime.
“This brings back fond memories of my time being sent to the Gulag for ten years for not showing my papers to go to the grocery store,” Terdovsky said.
“It’s great to see Australians embrace the spirit of Bolshevism that eventually cost 20 million lives.”
Premier Daniel Andrews congratulated Victorians and vowed to commence boosters as soon as possible.