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Your views: on quarantine, child protection and fishing rights

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Today, readers comment on medi-hotels and remote quarantine, pregancies in state care and an Indigenous fishing agreement.

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Commenting on the story: Spurrier rejects remote quarantine for SA, warning of transmission risk

I might have missed something but what is wrong with using the newish airport hotel?

Straight off the plane, down a tunnel to the hotel. Put the staff on double time with a 14-day on, 14-day quarantine and 14 days off, fully paid.

Be cheaper than a lockdown. – Jon Ortlieb

The Bend would be helpful. We have a pandemic, thank you. – Robin Clancy

The suggestions of creating an out of CBD facility make absolute sense, Tailem Bend or otherwise.

Comparing a heart attack to a case of Covid and proximity to a hospital are so far apart it is not funny.

SA Health have much to answer for and will hopefully be called to account for misdemeanors moving forward on many fronts.

In my opinion the best solution for Australia is to have no returning travellers, or to have all returning overseas flights and travellers land via Darwin and use the Howard Springs facility that can accommodate roughly 3000 individuals.

Also when well SA health release the transcript of the interview with the Woodville Pizza Bar worker that lead to our lockdown?

Don’t be duped South Australians, our bureaucrats are not really serving our interests. – Gavan Fox

Commenting on the story: Minister under more pressure over child protection pregnancies

It is not just Steven Marshall’s inept Minister for Child Protection Rachel Sanderson who should be sacked, but the CEO of the Child Protection unit should also go.

These five additional children have become pregnant whilst under the supposed care of both.

The ALP opposition should remember that it was under their Ministers and Child Protection Unit management than Shannon McCoole was able to operate. – Robert McCormick

Commenting on the story: ‘Historic’ fishing deal signed with SA Native Title group

Congratulations to the Yorke Peninsula Narungga people for this historic agreement.

However, as a South Australian (more than three generations) I respectfully request the same privilege that has been rightly provided to the Narungga people.

I have fished sustainably with my ancestors throughout South Australian waters and simply want the same unrestricted rights as the Narrungga people. In 2021 all persons, irrespective of who they are, should be treated equally. – John Hutchins

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