Love Island’s Josh Packham is left FUMING as Sydney’s coronavirus cluster grows

Love Island Australia winner Josh Packham has been left furious by the coronavirus outbreak on Sydney’s northern beaches.

In a series of impassioned video posts on Instagram Stories on Friday, the 26-year-old admitted he was concerned Sydney would go into lockdown.

He explained that he had only recently returned to his home on the northern beaches after enduring stage four lockdown in Melbourne.

COVID crisis: Josh Packham has been left furious by the coronavirus outbreak on Sydney's northern beaches

COVID crisis: Josh Packham has been left furious by the coronavirus outbreak on Sydney’s northern beaches

‘Okay, so we’ve probably all seen the news, there’s a small cluster of COVID in the northern beaches, where I live,’ he began. 

‘This is super unfortunate for me, because I just was in Melbourne, which was a hotspot. I did the whole lockdown there! 

‘So, if this thing grows and the northern beaches is put into a lockdown, I’m going to be p**sed. Like, seriously p**sed off.’ 

Getting worried: In a series of impassioned video posts on Instagram on Friday, the 26-year-old Love Island alum admitted he was concerned Sydney would go into lockdown

Getting worried: In a series of impassioned video posts on Instagram on Friday, the 26-year-old Love Island alum admitted he was concerned Sydney would go into lockdown

Concerns are growing amid a coronavirus outbreak on Sydney’s northern beaches, which saw case numbers spike to 28 on Friday.  

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has ordered 270,000 residents from the Spit Bridge to Palm Beach to stay at home for at least three days, although there isn’t an official lockdown in place.

‘We don’t want to go down the mandatory path but we will if we have to,’ she said in a press briefing on Friday morning.  

Groundhog Day: He explained that he had only recently returned to his home on the northern beaches, after enduring stage four lockdown in Melbourne

Groundhog Day: He explained that he had only recently returned to his home on the northern beaches, after enduring stage four lockdown in Melbourne

Tasmania has banned northern beaches residents, while Queensland and the Northern Territory have re-introduced hotel quarantine for people from that area.

Meanwhile, Western Australia is making all NSW residents self-isolate.

Victoria, South Australia and the ACT are asking arrivals from the northern beaches to get tested and self-isolate.

'If this thing grows and the northern beaches is put into a lockdown, I'm going to be p**sed. Like, seriously p**sed off,' he said

‘If this thing grows and the northern beaches is put into a lockdown, I’m going to be p**sed. Like, seriously p**sed off,’ he said

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