Daniel Andrews, the Premier of Victoria, asserted Monday that authorities wouldn't hesitate to go "door-to-door" in their efforts to help carry out mandatory COVID tests on Australians.
Andrews made the comments during a press conference, where he doubled down on his commitment to pursue Australia's ludicrous "zero COVID" policy, which requires draconian, economy-crushing lockdowns in response to just a handful of new cases.
"We’re not at a point where we need to be going door to door,” said Andrews. “We’re not at a point where we need entire suburbs to come out and get tested. If we get to that stage, then we won’t hesitate. I think we’ve shown, in fact I know we’ve shown that we’re prepared to do what has to be done, popular or otherwise.”