Currently in Australia…
Australians detained in New South Wales are being monitored by their state-run alcohol agency NSW Health Agency, for scientific reasons.
“People living in houses closed by NSW Health are striking their alcohol as part of a daily ban on alcohol consumption,” said NCA News Wire.
Government agencies are investigating through secret letters, confiscating alcohol and telling Aussies that they can only receive “six beers or pre-mixed drinks or one bottle of wine.”
NSW Health has enacted laws prohibiting people from “NSW Health-managed facilities” from consuming alcohol on a daily basis in order to “ensure the safety of health workers”.
The Mission Australia building in Camperdown is the new home where the residents live by strict rules.
Complaining homeowners complained that the parcels sent by their friends and relatives had been hunted down before being delivered.
“They are looking at all the bags and things that are coming into the house… They have seized several gifts. That’s why things like ghost bottles, we were not allowed to have them and we still are (we haven’t),” Common Ground resident Robin Elhaj said.
Citizens are allowed to receive one of the following: six beers or mixed drinks, one bottle of wine, or one bottle of 375ml.
More alcohol is seized until a ban is imposed.
Citizens can ask a health worker if they think they need more than what is allowed.