“We thought a travel bubble with NSW and the NT meant a travel bubble with NSW and the NT,” was how WA Health Minister Roger Cook described the recent New Zealand travel bubble.

Same Roger, same.

So, when 23 people entered Perth from New Zealand via Sydney, obviously alarm bells went off.

Despite Mr Cook saying that the state incident control centre “were really on top of this situation”, it was only because they suspected that at some point some New Zealanders would make their way across.

So, exactly where along the line was the ball dropped?

Mr Cook pointed the finger at airlines, here’s why…

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