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Gladys Berejiklian has this morning exhaled and decided against pressing the button that her finger has been hovering over for several days now.
The NSW Premier held a “crisis Cabinet” meeting today to determine how people across NSW would spend their Christmas Day.
Today’s press conference today revealed much better news for the insular peninsular north of Sydney Harbour, a development that has seen Berejiklian ditch her controversial ‘dome’ strategy all together.
“Phewww” the NSW Premier told the media this morning.
“Haha you guys don’t even wanna know what else we had up our sleeve”
“Haha oh my God. It was so hectic”
After announcing eight new positive COVID-19 cases, the Premier revealed there would now be two sets of restrictions for the northern and southern areas of the northern beaches.
People in the southern area will be allowed to have 10 people over to their homes plus an uncapped number of children aged under 12 between December 24-26, but will not be allowed to leave the area themselves.
“This is so much better than what we were gonna do”
“Haha man we had the Newy steelworks putting together a 20 kilometre wide glass dome that we were gonna drop of you lot with twenty blackhawks”
“That was the last resort obviously, but, you know”
“Probably would have worked haha.”
“But yea would you please just stay at home”