Has anyone heard this? Ive been told multiple ex JWs have confirmed it but no one seems to kow their names so Im still skeptical.
Victorian couple who tested positive for Covid and travelled to QLD during lockdown are JWs?
Yes, the Sunshine Coast elders are abuzz about the incident and the couple from Melbourne (Melton area) had lunch with a witness that I knew some years ago.
I'm sure the word will become official in due course. I was contacted by a witness I know in Caloundra about the incident.
Oh, the horror! Official WT policy y is to stay home under your bed.
Be interesting to see if the media mentions the religion.
Victorian ? Is the Watchtower into time travel now ?
Jan, Victoria, Australia - The Down Under of Down Under.
Thanks Bandicoot . I was thinking " that's a good trick " 😂
Have not seen anything on the news of this...?
Victorian couple who tested positive to COVID fined $4k each over alleged border breaches
By state political reporter Rachel RigaPosted 4ddays ago, updated 4ddays agoPolice fined the pair $4,003 each for allegedly lying on their COVID border passes before testing positive.(
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Queensland police have fined a Melbourne couple who tested positive to COVID-19 on the Sunshine Coast more than $4,000 each for allegedly lying on their border declaration passes.
The couple allegedly travelled to Queensland via Goondiwindi on June 5 after having been in Victoria.
- The Victorian couple allegedly lied on their border passes to enter Queensland while Melbourne was in lockdown
- The Sydney local government area of Waverly has been declared a COVID hotspot
- Healthworkers say changes to vaccine recommendations are "unsettling"
The pair entered the state when the Victorian capital was in lockdown.
Police allege the pair deliberately provided false information to obtain a Queensland border declaration pass.
Authorities were later alerted to the pair after the woman, 44, tested positive to coronavirus on June 9, sparking a major contact tracing effort across south-east Queensland.
The man, 48, also tested positive the following day.
The pair were interviewed by police after being released from hospital, where they were undergoing treatment for COVID-19.
They were each issued with a $4,003 fine for failing to comply with a COVID-19 border direction.
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