emergency covid-19 hotspots

State of EMERGENCY EXTENDED to Slow the Spread of Coronavirus in Victoria With Victoria experiencing fifth day in a row of new coronavirus cases in the double digits – 19 new cases recorded overnight, Victoria extended the State of Emergency for another four weeks. The measures are designed to slowRead More →

Artificial Intelligence COVID-19

Advanced artificial intelligence (AI) is being used to examine medical images and formulate a comprehensive analysis to assist medical professionals with diagnosing COVID-19.  Researchers from Monash University, Sun Yat-sen University and The First Affiliated Hospital of Harbin Medical University have developed an advanced medical report generation method using AI technology. This will accuratelyRead More →

community outbreak

Tracking community outbreaks of COVID-19 through wastewater can happen faster, using more cost-effective tests, according to new research published by the Australian national science agency, CSIRO. The new research builds on the world’s first peer-reviewed proof-of-concept trial run in Brisbane by CSIRO and The University of Queensland which tested untreated sewage andRead More →

onloine shopping - cart

The global COVID-19 pandemic has set a new baseline for eCommerce in Australia with more Aussies doing online shopping, and online predicted to hold a 15 per cent share of the total retail market by the end of 2020*. Australia Post today released the 2020 Inside Australian Online Shopping Report,Read More →

Charter flight Gaura

There is good news for those Indians who are stuck in Australia. Gaura Travels, a Melbourne based travel agency is organizing two charter flights with Singapore Airlines – one from Melbourne and one from Sydney taking Indians home. A lot of Indians stuck in Australia want to go back toRead More →

covid-19 impact on health

A new study into the COVID-19 impact by Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO, has found that weight and emotional wellbeing has suffered throughout the COVID-19 lockdown, with Australians also feeling concerned about how long it will take for life to return to “normal”. The survey of nearly 4000 CSIRO TotalRead More →

Covid-19 Cure Patanjali Ayurveda

In grip of COVID-19 pandemic, any news of a cure or treatment medicine which can help people infected with the virus, will come as the imaginably the biggest blessing of the century. Well, if what Balkrishna, the CEO of Patanjali Ayurveda has said in Haridwar is true, then this worldRead More →