Palaszczuk ‘psychologically’ preparing Qld for border reopening

Brisbane Bureau Chief Adam Walters says Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk is bracing the state for reopening next Monday after it has remained mostly COVID-free. 

"She has ... made a direct appeal to the Queensland people to be basically psychologically prepared for the influx of visitors from one o'clock next Monday morning," Mr Walters told Sky News Australia. 

"This is a state which has had just seven deaths from the pandemic, life has rolled on here, relatively COVID-free, and she admits that Queenslanders have to get their head around the inevitability of the virus' arrival here once the visitors come."

Brisbane Bureau Chief Adam Walters says Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk is bracing the state for reopening next Monday after it has remained mostly COVID-free.

“She has … made a direct appeal to the Queensland people to be basically psychologically prepared for the influx of visitors from one o’clock next Monday morning,” Mr Walters told Sky News Australia.

“This is a state which has had just seven deaths from the pandemic, life has rolled on here, relatively COVID-free, and she admits that Queenslanders have to get their head around the inevitability of the virus’ arrival here once the visitors come.”
Brisbane Bureau Chief Adam Walters says Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk is bracing the state for reopening next Monday after it has remained mostly COVID-free.

“She has … made a direct appeal to the Queensland people to be basically psychologically prepared for the influx of visitors from one o’clock next Monday morning,” Mr Walters told Sky News Australia.

“This is a state which has had just seven deaths from the pandemic, life has rolled on here, relatively COVID-free, and she admits that Queenslanders have to get their head around the inevitability of the virus’ arrival here once the visitors come.”

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