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Do you think Queensland should of opened there borders last week to the family members wanting to attend funerals and final goodbyes seeing they are reopening them in the coming days?

By Hayley . Created on 18 Sep, 2020
Travel and Tourism 147 votes | 9 Comments
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Maudie said 5 days ago
Correct grammar would be a good start!
Yes!
Christina said 6 days ago
But with precautions when they return like self isolating.
No
Frank said 6 days ago
1 rule for all
No
Traveller said 4 weeks ago
Living on the Qld /NSW border I think the border should have remained closed. The footballers were all required to undergo quarantine and stay in a bubble. Those that didn't obey the rules were dealt with . It was well managed and allowed some income for the struggling tourism sector. If a person was let in to attend a funeral would not have quarantined for 14 days and , I'm sorry,but the risk was just to...
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Yes!
John said on Sep 22, 2020
Yes. There's been a lot said in recent months about "we're all in this together" and urging people to be kinder and more tolerant. In the case of the daughter not being able to attend her father's funeral, here was a wonderful opportunity for a government to show compassion and kindness, but they let it go.
No
Wulandari said on Sep 22, 2020
No open the border if open its mean welcome covid19
Yes!
Lee said on Sep 19, 2020
What I don't understand is how there is/was an exemption for footballers & families plus a wealthy truck driver & family. Yet a daughter could not attend her fathers funeral even though she was coming from an area with no Covid cases. Plus several other cases with medical reasons receiving same treatment. And yes some footballers sent home for breaking the rules. (How unusual is that).
No
Mrs said on Sep 20, 2020
2 classes of people. Footballers and everyone else.
Yes!
Jan said on Sep 19, 2020
Case by case with compassion