Another do as we say, not as we do

Stuff reports:

A cafe at National Headquarters (PNHQ) sold coffee to cops during lockdown while restrictions to stop the spread of the disease crippled New Zealand’s hospitality sector. 

The cafe, which is on the top floor of the PNHQ building on Molesworth St, Wellington – a short walk from from the Beehive – was closed on April 9 after the rules around it being open were “clarified” by the Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment (MBIE). …

Police staff have visited non-essential businesses that have opened during lockdown and told them to shut their doors.

So every cafe in NZ was closed, except the one in Police National HQ!

Effing incredible.

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