If you're the kind of person who attends functions or events like this (or any sort of mass gathering whether sporting events, rallies or protests), would you feel disappointed (even a bit) if you were put on alert for a possible infection or if you tested positive to the coronavirus?
Would you blame the person who infected you? What about the organisers? The police or authorities? The government? Maybe the premier? Maybe Scott Morrison?
Have you been following this development? Existing buildings at risk due to tunnelling for WestConnex. Have you received a notice of compulsory acquisition for the land underneath your property? You could be at risk too.
Will this help diffuse the geopolitical situation between Australia and China? Without the prime minister saying so, this was always really a personal issue not a matter of national security - or was it? Users must always make their own judgments as to what they do on social media, what information they disclose on the various apps and what they will do or how they will keep that information.