While Australians were told they shouldn’t even talk to each other under pandemic restrictions, Sydney police officials held an office event to celebrate the LGBT community.
Mount Druitt Police Headquarters posted photos on Facebook of a dozen employees gathered in office spaces to celebrate Wear It Purple Day (Wear it Purple Day – an annual LGBTIQA + awareness day specifically for young people in Australia. to celebrate the diversity and young people of the LGBTIQA + community).
The photos showed that the room had been decorated with LGBT flags while the staff were getting ready for the buffet meal.
Mt Druitt is located near the Blacktown LGA area, an area with one of the highest Covid disease rates since the Sydney Delta Wave 2 outbreak in mid-June.
While emergency services are exempt from many lockdown regulations that prohibit people from gathering, it is only so that they can do their job, not so they can hold office events to gain gays and transgender approval.