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According to reports in the Australian SBS News, Abbott, Australia’s 28th Prime Minister, was seen by a citizen while walking around Manly Beach in Sydney, the state capital of New South Wales. (NSW).
Abbott, 63, who served as the country’s Prime Minister between 2013 and 2015, was fined AU $ 500 (around 3,100 TL) for “failing to comply with the Confrontation Directive” of the Kovid-19 in force, after the broadcast of the images. delivered to NSW Police.
Abbott, who did not admit breaking the bans but said he would pay the fine, said: “I just want to say two things. First, I think I have acted in accordance with the law when it is considered reasonable. . But I will not appeal the sentence so as not to waste the time of the police. Second, it’s never part of the Australian character of whistle-blowing and whistle-blowing. I don’t think it is. “used his statements.
NSW State Health Minister Brad Hazzard said: “I’m not going to talk about individual events. It doesn’t matter who you are in life or what position you hold. There are rules of health. . No one likes to follow these rules, but these rules are about keeping everyone safe and hopefully people will follow the rules. ” he said.
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Under Sydney rules, where the Delta variant of Covid-19 has caused the most cases and deaths in recent months, everyone in the Greater Sydney area is required to wear a mask at all times except s ‘he is exempt from it for some reason.
In New South Wales, where the nighttime curfew and full closure have been enforced, 1,599 people have been arrested at Kovid-19 in the past 24 hours, while 8 people have died.
As of January 25, 2020, when Kovid-19 was first registered, 71,000,986 people have been diagnosed with the virus in Australia, 1,084 Australians have died.
Out of a total of 34,715 active cases in Australia, 1,353 people are treated in hospital, including 244 in intensive care.
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