The Three Aboriginal teenagers who escaped under the nose of Northern Territories Chief Warden Michael Gunner had one thing in common and it wasn’t the Coronavirus.
All three had tested negative for COVID the day before they bolted. They never actually had the WuFlu and were locked up for coming into contact with someone who had it.
The three Aboriginal teenagers aged 15, 16, and 17 held at the Howard Springs COVID camp jumped a fence and bolted for the hills.
This kicked off the Police into setting up major checkpoints for three teens who didn’t have COVID and who posed no threat to the community. You’d think a group of serial killers had escaped.
The three teens are from Katherine, in the Northern Territory, where the current COVID situation is considered “serious.” Hundreds of Aborigines from Katherine have been flown into the Howard Springs camp just for coming into contact with someone who was COVID positive. All this even though approximately 78% of Katherine residents have been fully vaccinated and 88% have been partially vaccinated.
Katherine is currently in a “lockout” phase, meaning the filthy unvaxxed can’t “participate in the economy.” Most of the area is also in a “lockdown” phase, a phase that the people of Victoria are considered “experts” in and leads to many insane rules one of which is that people are permitted to exercise outdoors for one hour per day but must remain within five kilometres of their home (Covid knows time and distance and will pounce if you step outside of these carefully considered scientific measures).
The three mischievous teens were “captured” and returned to the COVID camp, where they now face the possibility of spending more time, especially since they didn’t QR code into premises when they were on the run. They are looking at fines of $5,024 and now even more time in Gunner’s camp. They should thank their lucky stars they weren’t in the failed State of Victoria under the power of a starved, science-denying miscreant politician where they could have been facing two years in prison and fines of $25,000 dollars each.
The Warden of the Covid Camps Michael Gunner wasn’t happy when asked about the escape and stated;
“The health risk to the community was very low, so that does give cause for comfort, but there is absolutely no excuse for the actions of these three this morning.”
That statement is kind of ironic because many freedom loving Australians would believe there is no excuse for locking up teenagers simply for coming into contact with someone who has COVID. Teenagers aren’t threatened by COVID, and very few die from it or with it and escaping is not only excusable but practically a duty.