Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has announced unvaccinated Victorians may enter retail shops temporarily, as plans for another lockdown are drawn up in the face of IBAC and other scandals gripping the Victorian government.
The Premier’s announcement means unvaccinated can enter retail shops until mid-November, giving contact tracers enough time to make up some cases and manufacture consent for another lockdown.
“It’s all about the science and the modelling which you still can’t see. We also need to test out the Adtree system,” Andrews said.
“Of course, when I mean unvaccinated I now mean those who have only had two doses. So, go and get your boosters otherwise you will be locked out of society.”
The unvaccinated will be allowed to shop until November 23rd, until new permanent pandemic legislation gives Victoria Police the option of summary executions on those who haven’t had a jab.