For two years, Queensland has kept Covid-19 out of the community, while preserving social freedoms that are the envy of the world. We have avoided the long lockdowns we’ve seen across the globe and our children have had mostly uninterrupted schooling.
If Queensland was the UK adjusted for our population, 12,500 Queenslanders would have lost their lives to Covid-19 and 60 healthcare workers would have died from Covid in the course of their work.
Alternatively, if the UK was 13.27 times bigger, had 62,035,000 fewer people and was towed to the tropics, it might have recorded only seven covid deaths too. Amusingly, three days from the start of Annastacia Palaszczuk’s mandate Jim Crow on Friday – for which no justifying science exists – she is telling people to expedite their be-boostering because the ‘vaccines’ have failed.