Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison assured this Wednesday that there will be no “double standards” and that the strict regulations of the state of Queensland will be adhered to, which will place a two-week quarantine once he enters the area in case he finally moves up there in the face of the Campaign events for the next state elections on October 31.
“I don’t think he should be treated any differently from anyone,” said Morrison during an interview on Australian TV channel 9 when asked about the possibility of being subjected to detention if he was going to Brisbane. to take part in the finals of the AFL, the Australian Football League, which will be played on October 24th.
“There has been a lot of discussion about some of the difficulties people had to go through in order to comply with these measures and the same rules should apply to me as everyone else,” said the Conservative Australian Prime Minister.
“I don’t think there should be double standards, I mean, it’s not like I’m a Hollywood star,” joked Morrison, referring to the special treatment given to actor Tom Hanks, who was allowed to serve in a quarantine instead of the luxury resort Facilities that the authorities have arranged for it.