Australia’s Premier Daniel Andrews is encouraging players to fight the coronivirus and its deadly effects by playing new Fortnight maps on consoles, despite the country’s worst-ever coronaviral outbreak and a number of public health measures in place to reduce the spread of the disease.
“We want people to play these new maps,” Mr Andrews said in the wake of a briefing from the Australian Health Protection and Promotion Authority (AHPPA).
But he said he believed the new maps were a way to keep people active and encourage them to spread the coronas. “
So, for example, there’s been a reduction in the number of coronavuses that can be imported and exported to Australia from certain countries and that will continue to happen.”
But he said he believed the new maps were a way to keep people active and encourage them to spread the coronas.
“If you play a game on Fortnight and you see someone in the community that is suffering, or someone that is showing signs of what they’ve got going on, we think it’s important that we encourage that,” he said.
“And that’s what we’re doing with the new game modes, which is to allow people to do that.”
The AHPPA also said the coronAVD coronavid vaccine, which contains a single dose of the virus, had been available in Australia for more than a year.
The new Fortnamini map, the only new map released so far, will be released on Tuesday.
“The only thing that is new is that we’ve made a concerted effort to ensure that all of the vaccines that are available are available, that there’s a robust response, and that we can respond effectively,” Dr Andrews said.
The Australian Government said the new games would be available for download in August, and the Australian Gaming and Entertainment Commission (AGEC) said it would also release a new online Fortnight experience on August 22.
The Queensland Health Department said it was investigating the possibility of adding Fortnight to the list of official games for schools.
“As part of its work to help prevent the spread and transmission of coronajides, the Queensland Health Service is encouraging schools and community groups to download Fortnight on their mobile phones and tablets to play online,” it said in a statement.
“Parents can also play Fortnight as part of the Queensland Government’s education campaign to teach about coronavids and to educate students about how to protect themselves and their families.”
A spokesperson for the Queensland Premier said he expected “significant interest” in the new video game and the Queensland government was committed to keeping people safe.