In a state with 8 million people in a city of 5 million, 49 locals this week contracted a virus with a survival rate of 99.3 per cent. On Monday, community transmission in NSW hit a whopping zero. Yet, lockdown enthusiasts have still found a reason to complain.
According to the Twitter mob, zero cases simply means we aren’t testing enough.
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