Secure under a nationwide hardcore lockdown as the country of five million reels from several dozen COVID cases per day, New Zealand was nearly plunged into darkness and anarchy this week but for the stunning bravery of a brave detachment of police forces:
Police have broken up a one person anti-lockdown protest in Auckland CBD on Friday.
Police said it comes after chatter on social media about a protest on Queen Street...
"Police have been in the area and have spoken to one person who arrived intending to attend the protest.
Police spoke to the individual who was encouraged to comply with alert level four restrictions and chose to leave."
It gives you goosebumps just thinking about it, really.
Thankfully, the country's prime minister just extended the nationwide lockdown even further.
It's an emergency like no other there: The country on Thursday recorded a whopping, staggering 70 cases of COVID-19, meaning on Thursday alone a full 0.0014% of the country was infected with a virus that has an insanely high survival rate.
They simply can't take any chances.
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