Meet Australia’s latest COVID Dictator!
Labor Premier Peter Malinauskas announced insane COVID laws that would become permanent if they work through parliament.
And the punishments go beyond unfathomable.
Fines up to $70,000 or two years in jail for individuals who break the COVID laws.
South Australia 🇦🇺 Labor Covid Madness 💣Fines of up to 70k and 2 years jail for any individuals breaking Covid Rules…Welcome to Covid1984 💣 pic.twitter.com/Le3lQe6zho
— 𝙍𝙄𝙎𝙀𝙈𝙀𝙇𝘽𝙊𝙐𝙍𝙉𝙀 (@risemelbourne) May 23, 2022
South Australia ended the state of emergency declaration for the plandemic today, however you can go to jail for two years and receive a 70k fine if you break a “covid rule”
They are also bringing in other tyrannical so called laws in parliament. pic.twitter.com/QhY0bnQzdq
— Lara28 ✨💫⚡️✨🌟☀️👒 (@Lara28742634061) May 24, 2022
Daily Mail reported:
‘Labor did a quick backroom deal because Peter Malinauskas is desperate to have the power to lock up (people) and dish out huge Covid-19 fines at the drop of a hat,’ a Liberal Party spokesperson told the Adelaide Advertiser.
Under the Public Health Act legislation, individuals who breach isolation requirements, or ignore vaccination mandates and mask rules in high-risk settings such as hospitals or nursing homes, can be fined $20,000 or face two years in prison.
Businesses found to be breaking those rules can be hit with a massive $75,000 fine.
The rules set to take effect on June 30 will be the most extreme in any jurisdiction in Australia.
The maximum penalty for Covid breaches in New South Wales, Queensland and Tasmania is six months jail, while Victoria, NT and ACT only issue fines for rule breakers.
Premier Peter Malinauskas said the changes will replace the current Emergency Declaration with an amendment to the bill allowing a six-month period to assess the legislation.
‘I continue to acknowledge and absolutely thank the work of both the Police Commissioner and Professor Nicola Spurrier in seeing the state through the events of Covid using that emergency management declaration,’ he said.