As the state begins to lift some of its coronavirus restrictions, attention has turned to travel and when South Australians will be allowed to move freely around the country.
However, as others look to give people the opportunity to travel more openly, one Burnside resident is looking at how travel in and out of Adelaide’s leafy eastern suburbs could become more restricted.
Susan Tusmore, not from Tusmore, told Adelaide Mail that she got the idea for the travel bubble from one she saw being talked about between SA, WA and NT, but said that it allowed for too much inter-mingling.
‘I have no idea why everyone thinks that this social distancing should be purely physical,’ Tusmore told Adelaide Mail, while scowling.
‘We have been given the perfect opportunity to install some social class distancing. Why haven’t we thought about this before? We don’t want whatever…they’ve got coming into our suburbs.’
When asked about whether she thought if the travel bubble would help stop the spread of coronavirus, Tusmore replied: ‘corona what?’
‘I don’t know what that is…anyway. We would have to extend it to Norwood, although not all the way up to Fullarton Road, too much housing trust. We wouldn’t be including Glenside, too many crazies and I don’t know what goes on in Maylands, but frankly, I don’t want to know.’