OPEN LETTER TO KIM RICHARDS
NEWS ABOUT TESTING (just in)
A pop up COVID-19 testing clinic has been established at the Russell Island Recreation Hall, near the ferry terminal, at 2 High Street, Russell Island.
Queensland Health has established the clinic with assistance from Redland City Council and the Local Disaster Management Group.
It is open from 4pm – 8pm – Saturday 5 September 2020 and 8am – 4pm – Sunday 6 September 2020.
If you have the mildest of symptoms, get tested.
Also practice social distancing and wear a face mask if you cannot social distance.
More information: https://metrosouth.health.qld.gov.au/covid-19/fever-clinic-locations
For masks on Russell visit post IGA, PHARMACY and NURSERY
I hope you get to see this email. All my others to you are returned as ‘read’, but never answered. So, due to the URGENT importance I trust you will answer the question.
Ban you or have you contacted the ferries to enforce social distancing.
If so, what are the repercussions for staff and BITS/Sealink if they don’t comply?
This email is being posted to facebook (19,036 users) and www.bayislandnews.com.au (up to 15,000 pageviews per month) so I trust you will respond to this email.