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DeeCee

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DeeCee last won the day on December 31 2020

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  1. The Dry barely drops to stay at #1 with a cume of $9.79m. WW1984 is now at $21.32m and is probably unlikely to pass the original now. Croods 2 is up to $15.85m.
  2. One of the great things NSW Health does is every week they release an extremely detailed epidemiological report. It’s a fascinating look at testing and contact tracing. With detailed reports about individual clusters. Here is the latest. https://www.health.nsw.gov.au/Infectious/covid-19/Documents/covid-19-surveillance-report-20210109.pdf Historic reports. https://www.health.nsw.gov.au/Infectious/covid-19/Pages/weekly-reports.aspx
  3. January is always like this. Many people would have 2-3 weeks off plus huge numbers are still working from home so presumably have more flexible hours.
  4. Looks like 4th on Wednesday for Master with $283,514. It’s still school holidays plus the latest COVID outbreaks are ending. National 🍩 day today.
  5. To be blunt the current debates in Australia are nuts given our situation and the rest of the world. There are some truly insane groups here.
  6. NSW in Australia has continued to crush any outbreaks via contact tracing and the isolation of close contacts. The source of outbreaks has generally been via the hotel quarantine system. NSW has processed over 120,000 people through hotel quarantine which is more than half the national total. NSW Health has generally been excellent with high testing rates, genome sequencing and isolation of close contacts. There hasn’t been a statewide lockdown since May with only a localised lockdown in Sydney’s Northern Beaches which was lifted a few days ago. Face masks only became mandatory in most areas of Greater Sydney on 4th January. Life has been reasonably normal since June.
  7. I’ve been to the Circular Quay cinemas a few times when it was Dendy. Haven’t been since it changed to United Cinemas. It closed as Dendy at the end of February 2020.
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