According to a report by NCA NewsWire, Australians in lock down are being monitored by the government with particular regards to their alcohol intake, which is now subject to restrictions by the state.
The report notes that "Residents in apartment blocks locked-down by NSW (New South Wales) Health are having their alcohol deliveries policed as part of a policy to limit the number of drinks being consumed each day."
Residents have been told that they are only allowed "six beers or pre-mixed drinks or one bottle of wine" per day.
The report states that the justification for the policy is to "control" buildings and "ensure the safety of health staff and residents".
As if it isn't enough to already be confined to their own domiciles endlessly, even when only one case of COVID is registered, the government is now rummaging through deliveries to check that people are not ordering what it deems to be too much booze.
The report even notes "Excess alcohol is being confiscated until lockdown rules are lifted."