When I lived in New Zealand the impression I had of the worldwide Covid pandemic in comparison to New Zealand was one of total and utter chaos in which regular living had become impossible amongst a decimation of the population. Having lived in Australia for nine months, amongst the Omicron outbreak in which the country is averaging more than 100,000 cases a day, I’ve realised that Covid isn’t having the disastrous impact I was misled into believing while resident in New Zealand.
Watching the Labour Government of New Zealand fumble . . .
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