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Rebecca Judd Blamed For Blaming ‘A Very Small Minority’ For Reviving Melbourne’s COVID

“How is she an expert?” WAG Rebecca Judd beaten after blaming ‘a very small minority’ for Melbourne’s Corona virus resurgence

Rebecca Judd has upset the feathers for blaming ‘a very small minority’ for Melbourne’s resurgence in COVID-19 and the blockage that was restored this week.

On Tuesday, 37-year-old WAG thanked Melbourne residents “who have been doing the right thing since March” and said it was “disappointing that we are in this position because of a very small minority.”

However, not everyone agreed with the model’s description of the problem.

“How is she an expert?” Trolls beat WAG Rebecca Judd, 37, (photo) after blaming ‘a very small minority’ for Melbourne’s Corona virus resurgence on Tuesday

“She’s not a doctor or a political scientist. She should really just stick to things and things she knows. a Facebook user reacted furiously to Bec’s message.

“Why is this woman suddenly an expert? Get out seriously! another agreed.

Some people claimed that Rebecca’s comments were hypocritical as she ignored the aloof measures last week while partying with JAGGAD co-director Michelle Greene.

'Disappointing': on Tuesday, Rebecca thanked Melbourne residents 'who have been doing the right thing since March', claiming it was 'disappointing that we are in this position because of a very small minority'

'Disappointing': on Tuesday, Rebecca thanked Melbourne residents 'who have been doing the right thing since March', claiming it was 'disappointing that we are in this position because of a very small minority'

‘Disappointing’: on Tuesday, Rebecca thanked Melbourne residents ‘who have been doing the right thing since March’, claiming it was ‘disappointing that we are in this position because of a very small minority’

“She was the one partying in Melb and not distancing herself,” wrote one, while another said, “Isn’t she the one drinking and dining with” the girls “?!”

However, some agreed with Rebecca’s sentiment.

“Well, she’s not wrong !!” one Facebook user wrote, while another agreed, “She’s right.”

“She’s not a doctor or a political scientist”: Not everyone agreed with the model’s description of the problem.

All of Melbourne and Mitchell Shire north of the city were re-imprisoned for six weeks from midnight on Wednesday after Victoria registered 191 new cases of coronavirus – the worst figure yet.

Residents may only leave their homes to work and study, give or receive care, shop for groceries and exercise daily near their place of residence.

Police will prevent Victorians from leaving or entering Melbourne with roadblocks and drunk bus-style car checks, effectively shutting down 5 million people in the city.

“Isn’t she the one who drinks and eats with” the girls “?!” Some people pointed out that Rebecca ignored social distance measures last week at a party with JAGGAD co-director Michelle Greene (photo)

“She’s the one partying”: Some people claimed Rebecca’s comments were hypocritical

Panic buyers flocked to the Coles and Woolworths supermarkets in Melbourne before the lockdown measures went into effect.

Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt suggested that Victoria’s gruesome second wave could have been avoided.

Meanwhile, an infectious disease expert said the outbreak could “certainly” spread to other parts of the country.

“Well, she’s not wrong”: However, there were a few who agreed with Rebecca’s sentiment

Shut Down: Like all Melbourne residents, Rebecca was re-imprisoned for six weeks after Victoria registered 191 new cases of coronavirus - the worst figure yet

Shut Down: Like all Melbourne residents, Rebecca was re-imprisoned for six weeks after Victoria registered 191 new cases of coronavirus - the worst figure yet

Shut Down: Like all Melbourne residents, Rebecca was re-imprisoned for six weeks after Victoria registered 191 new cases of coronavirus – the worst figure yet

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