NZ PM turned away from cafe because it was at coronavirus capacity

NZ PM turned away from cafe because it was at coronavirus capacity

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern was turned away by a cafe because of in place social distancing measures. Arden and her fiance, Clarke Gayford, were turned away after showing up at Olive restaurant in Wellington for Saturday brunch. ’I have to take responsibility for this, I didn’t get organized and book anywhere’, Gayford tweeted after the incident.

Kathy
Kathy
Enzo THESSIEU
Enzo THESSIEU 2 weeks

Why is this news?

“blue8044”
“blue8044” 2 weeks

This Is Not News! Who cares that the social distancing is also being observed by politicians, especially those who set these draconian laws in place.

AD C
AD C 2 weeks

um... congratulations the system works?

Mat McKenzie
Mat McKenzie 2 weeks

And? Effective isolation system accepted by all citizens, that's how you get to zero new cases.

Miles O'Brien
Miles O'Brien 1 weeks

So was everybody else that didn't book a reservation. She's an elected official, not royalty. Stupid tabloid mentality.

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