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Australia Check your balls! Queensland Health makes embarrassing AFL blunder

13:51  24 october  2020
13:51  24 october  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Queensland Health was slammed online for making an embarrassing blunder while trying to remind AFL fans about social distancing.

The health service urged football lovers to remain 'three AFL balls' apart to promote social distancing ahead of the AFL Grand Final on Saturday night.

'How do you visualise 1.5m? Today we’re using around 3 AFL balls,' they wrote.

'When it comes to social distancing it doesn't matter what you visualise, what matters most is that you're keeping a safe 1.5m distance from others.

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'If you're heading to a busier place this weekend, be sure to wash or sanitise your hands often, cover coughs and sneezes and stay home if unwell!'

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But eagle-eyed fans were quick to point out the measurements didn't add up.

'What kind of AFL ball is half a metre long,' one wrote.

'A football is 11-12 inches, 30cm max. 1.5m is FIVE footballs. Please, if you can’t give good information just shut it rather than give bad information,' another wrote.

'I'm not sure this is accurate,' a third added.

Others took it as an opportunity to query allowing thousands of people to cram into a stadium while preaching physical distancing.

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'Seriously, two footy grand finals on this weekend, will bet social distancing doesn’t come into the equation. Double standards at its best!

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'What a crock!' one follower wrote.

'Social distance using a football, then you shove everyone in stadium to watch the AFL. Yep, makes a lot of sense !!' another wrote.

Queensland Health eventually admitted its mistake after hundreds of angry comments on social media.

'Whoops we got our numbers a little wrong,' the health service wrote..

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'But at least we got you talking about the 1.5m, didn't we?

The premiership match is being held at the Gabba in Queensland on Saturday night for the first time in the sport's history.

Rain initially threatened to put a dampener on the AFL Grand Final.

But a break in wild weather gave the green light for the match to go ahead, between the Richmond Tigers and the Geelong Cats.

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Cats star Gary Ablett Junior was stretchered off the field within the first five minutes of the match.

He grimaced in pain after slamming his shoulder into the ground while being tackled by an opponent.

But fans were ecstatic when he returned to the field a short while later.

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