All packages delivered “will be opened and checked for safety reasons.”
by Paul Joseph Watson
Children currently in hotel quarantine over Christmas in Western Australia have been told they will not be allowed to unwrap their own Christmas presents due to the threat of COVID.
Current law mandates that all travelers arriving from other countries undergo a 14 day hotel quarantine before they are allowed to go to their next destination.
This has left many forced to spend Christmas in temporary accommodation, but rules on gift giving have made the experience even more burdensome.
In a letter by the state’s Deputy Chief Health Officer Robyn Lawrence, hotel guests are told that all packages delivered by friends and family “will be opened and checked for safety reasons.”