But Seymour said this should not be a problem, and believes New Zealand can leave early if the Government gets good quality testing and economic data and shares it with the Kiwi.
He said this data – and New Zealand’s access to it – was crucial so that the public could have a voice when it lifted key lock restrictions and other major COVID-19 decisions.
“If we are going to ‘Unite Against COVID-19’ – as we say every nausea every time we turn on all kinds of radios or devices – the Government needs to start being open with its data,” he said.
“Need to get better data and share it so that we can all make this decision at the right time – rather than lifting too early, and potentially viruses come out and we lose more lives and more economic collapse, or lift late, in this case the massacre people will feel worse in the economy. “
David Seymour has been a major advocate of Kiwi rights to access key data during the coronavirus crisis. Last week, he asked the New Zealand Police to issue the advice they received from Crown Law on how to enforce lockdown rules.
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