Keeping her cool in the face of the global epidemic, New Zealand’s cold-blooded Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern struggled to contain her statements when asked about a patient and visitor having sex in an Auckland hospital.
As Prime Minister Ardern and Chief Health Officer Dr Ashley Bloomfield briefed his daily press conference on Covid-19, a reporter was asked whether the allegation of a patient and visitor having having sex at Auckland Hospital was considered “a high-risk activity under the conditions.”
FACE SHAPED SHAPED
Ardern’s face was seen moving quickly from one shape to another as the question arose. The Prime Minister, shocked by what had happened, then laughed.
RESPOND WITH A SMILE
Dr Bloomfield answered the question with a smile. “I think it’s a potentially high-risk activity, but I don’t have the details of this interaction.” he has answered. so adern “In general, regardless of the Covid situation, I think such things should generally not be part of visiting hours”, noted.
AT THE CRITICAL TARGET
Despite a city-wide shutdown to stop the outbreak, the Auckland Regional Health Council has allowed hundreds of visitors a day to see patients, sparking criticism across the country.