Yeh, probably shouldn't get too caught up in it. Just get annoyed with the undertone of criticism of gov't decisions to open up, the posting articles about "young" people getting sick from Corona (yes they do but in minute numbers and face far greater risks from other preventable causes - how about we see names of young people who have died in such circumstances and their stories for some balance?) and posting about VIC opening up too early? Add it to the inflammatory comments about golf and fishing in VIC. I would understand bans on activities if they were based on evidence but those bans were not based on any evidence or common sense. And I would understand if there were valid criticisms of other decisions if they were supported by evidence/data but it appears just pot shots are taken for the sake of it.It's almost as if you have a massive chip on your shoulder about something.
Many appear to have little empathy for the massive social disaster that will far exceed the death toll from covid-19 in Aust. Gov'ts have done a terrific job in minimising the health impact. They are now trying to stem the economic impact and are criticised. Surely we need to have some faith in each other and take some personal responsibility for our actions?
Perhaps I'm just annoyed because I haven't had my coffee this morning.