[VIDEO] Aussie Couple Stumbles Upon Creepy “COVID Quarantine Facility,” Equipped With Electrified Fence

[VIDEO] Aussie Couple Stumbles Upon Creepy “COVID Quarantine Facility,” Equipped With Electrified Fence

What’s happening down under in Australia is raising a lot of eyebrows around the world. Their COVID restrictions are crazy, and some think they’re actually “Hitleresque,” and you can’t blame them for thinking this, when you look at how the government has turned into a tyrannical tidal wave of bizarre rules and regulations, involving jailing people who break the “laws,” and housing people in COVID quarantine camps.


It’s some of the most dystopian stuff you’ve ever seen.

And speaking of creepy, an Aussie couple was out and about and stumbled upon a very creepy sight.

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It was a huge COVID quarantine facility (that look like a prison) with an outdoor gym and electric fencing.

Apparently, this is where people go when they want to enter or re-enter Australia.

This is what I found on the government website:

In response to the global COVID-19 situation, anyone arriving in Queensland must quarantine if they have been:

overseas in the last 14 days (excluding travel on a quarantine free flight from a Queensland safe travel zone country)
in a COVID-19 hotspot in the last 14 days or since the hotspot was declared (whichever is shorter), and the place is a COVID-19 hotspot at the time they enter Queensland.
Mandatory quarantine is important to stop the spread of COVID-19.

You will need to stay in government arranged accommodation for 14 days unless you have received an exemption, which is rare.

The couple who stumbled upon were shocked at what they saw. It looks creepy.


You can watch the video below:

It’s like we’re all living in two different parallel universes at the same exact time.

One side is this fearful, dust, with lockdowns, masks, and constant fretting over death and destruction, with electric fences to keep the ‘boogeyman” out.


The other one is Florida, where life is normal, fun, and people are aware of dangers, but still living their lives.

I don’t know about you, but this life is too short to live like we’re in a 1984 novel.

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