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Australia coronavirus update: death toll at 34

As of today, Sunday 5 April, there are 5669 confirmed cases in Australia, 2580 of which in New South Wales. Four more deaths from Covid-19 in NSW, have taken the …

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World coronavirus death toll passes 64,750

The consensus for all citizens to wear face masks to curve the devastating spread of Covid-19 solidifies as the global death toll soars over 64,750. More than 1.2 million people …

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Monash scientists find head-lice drug stops COVID-19 from replicating

The findings of a collaborative study led by the Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute and the Doherty Institute went viral on Saturday as a familiar drug stops coronavirus from growing in …

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Coronavirus cases in Greece reach 1,673 while UN warns that ‘everyone is at risk’

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Greece has risen to 1,673 according to the latest updates from the country’s Health Ministry. At the time of this update a total …

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Temporary visa holders in Australia now allowed to access super

The Morrison government announced yesterday new arrangements for temporary visa holders and visitors in Australia. Acting Immigration Minister Alan Tudge said the new measures recognise the importance of the 2.17 …

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‘Frontida’ to extend restrictions to visitations at their elderly care facilities for a further two weeks

The ‘Frontida’ elderly care centres announced their plans to further extend their visitation restrictions for yet another two weeks. The CEO of the community service Mr Michael Malakonas explains the …

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Victorian Government announces kinder support measures

Parents will be able to send their children to sessional kindergarten for free during term 2 and sessional providers will be given the funding certainty they need thanks to a …

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Scott Morrison tells visitors they are “lovely” but perhaps “it is time to make your way home”

Greeks in Australia on visas are caught in limbo as a result of the coronavirus crisis, but Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison says that Acting Minister for Immigration, Citizenship, Migrant …

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Covid-19 flip from running night clubs to delivering much needed medical gear

Two weeks ago Martha Tsamis and her staff were busy running a number of night clubs in Melbourne. Then Covid-19 and social distancing hit the scene and the hospitality industry …

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Australian doctors request release of asylum seekers to protect them from Covid-19 infection

More than 1,200 doctors from across the country have signed a letter to Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton, Citizens and Multiculturalism Minister Alan Tudge and Customs, Community Safety and Multicultural …