NSW Health Minister Brad Hazzard had “direct contact” with Agriculture Minister Adam Marshall during a fundraising dinner held at the start of Sydney’s Delta outbreak but was deemed a casual contact by health bureaucrats, according to documents released to NSW parliament, enabling him to avoid two weeks of isolation and raising questions about his classification status…
Mr Hazzard was one of several speakers at a Nationals Party function held that evening at NSW parliament and as officials remained on alert for newly emerging Covid-19 cases in Sydney’s eastern suburbs.
He was subsequently deemed a “casual contact” of Mr Marshall while dozens of attendees and hospitality staff at the same event, and who had little to no contact with Mr Marshall, were forced to isolate for two weeks…
NSW One Nation leader Mark Latham told the Legislative Council on Tuesday that in light of the revelations, he believed Mr Hazzard should have been classified a “close contact” and required to isolate for two weeks..
“For 18 months, he’s been barking orders at everyone in NSW: follow the health orders, follow the lockdowns. The truth is at the beginning of the Delta outbreak he did not follow his own laws.
“How can you lecture so many people and not follow the rules yourself?”
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