Mark McGowan UNLEASHES at Gladys accusing her of 'breaking national cabinet ...

Mark McGowan UNLEASHES at Gladys accusing her of 'breaking national cabinet ...
Mark McGowan UNLEASHES at Gladys accusing her of 'breaking national cabinet ...

Mark McGowan has taken another shot at his New South Wales counterpart, alleging the state is not following the national cabinet's plan for opening up the country.

The outspoken Western Australia premier says Gladys Berejiklian's easing of restrictions across Sydney is 'outside the national plan' and that NSW is 'going alone' as it powers towards 70 per cent double dose vaccination.   

'I note New South Wales is going to some easing of restrictions at 70 per cent. I just want to make the point that that is not in accordance with the national plan agreed to by all the states,' Mr McGowan said.

'I don't think the Sydney press gallery understands this, that is not in accordance with the national plan, as agreed to and announced by all the states.'

Mark McGowan has taken another shot at his New South Wales counterpart, alleging the state is not following the national cabinet's plan for opening up the country (Pictured: Sydneysiders enjoying the sun at the beach in Double Bay on Sunday)

Mark McGowan has taken another shot at his New South Wales counterpart, alleging the state is not following the national cabinet's plan for opening up the country (Pictured: Sydneysiders enjoying the sun at the beach in Double Bay on Sunday)

The outspoken Western Australia premier says Gladys Berejiklian's easing of restrictions across Sydney is 'outside the national plan' and that NSW is 'going alone'

The outspoken Western Australia premier says Gladys Berejiklian's easing of restrictions across Sydney is 'outside the national plan' and that NSW is 'going alone'

Mr McGowan singled out NSW for easing a number of restrictions across the state, including allowing people from different households to gather outdoors if they're all double vaccinated (pictured, picnics in Sydney on Sunday as part of a gradual easing of restrictions)

Mr McGowan singled out NSW for easing a number of restrictions across the state, including allowing people from different households to gather outdoors if they're all double vaccinated (pictured, picnics in Sydney on Sunday as part of a gradual easing of restrictions)

Millions of people trapped in a soul-crushing ultra-hard lockdown across western Sydney's Covid hotspots will be freed as the 12 LGAs of concern will enjoy the same easing of restrictions as the rest of NSW. 

Locals were locked inside their council area unless they were an authorised worker with a permit, subject to a 9pm to 5am curfew, only allowed out for one hour a day for exercise.

From Monday these restrictions will disappear and they will be under the same lockdown conditions as the rest of Sydney. 

Premier Berejiklian felt more comfortable removing the east-west divide with a dramatic fall in new cases to just 1,083.

However, the state also recorded 13 deaths, marking the deadliest day of the pandemic. 

Mr McGowan singled out NSW for easing a number of restrictions across the state, including allowing people from different households to gather outdoors if they're all double vaccinated.

Pictures of Sydneysiders enjoying beaches last weekend enraged the WA premier, with Mr McGowan singling out people at Bondi and Coogee for flocking to the ocean despite more than 1,000 daily cases still being recorded. 

'The reason I say that is the agreement was when states got to 70 per cent two dose vaccination, when a single state got there, there had to be a majority of the states got there as well before they did anything,' he

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