Coronavirus or COVID-19 is posing a serious health risk to the globe like no other. It is dangerously fatal and there is no cure yet for it. Various national and international agencies and governments are doing things to help control the spread and quickly find a cure for it. The advice so far is not to panic but to make doubly sure that steps advised by the medical practitioners are strictly followed.

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‘Small bit of optimism’ with 177 Vic COVID-19 cases

The first time below 200 new cases in almost a week, Victoria recorded only 177 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday, much to the relief of state’s Chief Health Officer, Professor Brett Sutton.  daily infections have fallen below 200. Victoria had recorded 288 infections last Friday, followed by 216 on ...
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Lack of physical activity during first wave of COVID-19

The majority of Australians were lazy and didn’t meet suggested physical activity and sedentary behaviour guidelines during the first wave of COVID-19 restrictions, a Monash University study has revealed. Research enterprise BehaviourWorks Australia, part of the Monash Sustainable Development Institute, conducted a survey into physical activity and sedentary behaviour during ...
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Bachchans test positive for Covid-19   

Bachchans, Aish and Aaradhya, test positive for COVID-19. Yes, Bollywood’s international star Aishwarya Rai,46, and her daughter Aaradhya Bachchan, 8, tested positive for Covid-19 on yesterday afternoon. This happened hours after the two were reported to have tested negative for the virus. Her husband Abhishek Bachchan and father-in-law Amitabh Bachchan ...
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288 on Friday, 216 new Victorian cases of COVID-19

A beleaguered Premier Daniel Andrews announced on Saturday that the authorities had recorded 216 new Victorian cases of COVID-19 on July 10, following another 288 recorded on July 9. The state has until now recorded 3560 cases of coronavirus and 1249 of those are active cases in the state. Of ...
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Protecting the community from COVID-19

Australia government is solely focused on protecting the community from Coronavirus. As we move towards living COVIDSafe, it is important that you stay home if you are unwell. If you have cold or flu like symptoms you should seek medical advice about having a test for COVID-19. People with mild ...
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Face Masks Victoria

Face Masks To Help Fight Coronavirus In Victoria

Victorians living in metro Melbourne and Mitchell Shire are now recommended to wear face masks in situations where they are leaving their home and physical distancing is not possible – to help slow the spread of coronavirus in the community. Premier Daniel Andrews announced the new recommendations from the Chief ...
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Temperature checks at schools

Daily temperature checks at Vic Schools from Term 3

Daily temperature checks will be introduced in schools across metropolitan Melbourne and Mitchell Shire as part of the Victorian Government’s effort to slow the spread of coronavirus. Following the advice of Victoria’s Chief Health Officer, the Victorian Government has today announced that students at government schools in metropolitan Melbourne and ...
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Melbourne under second lockdown for 6 weeks

With Victoria recording its worst numbers in COVID-19 infections in the last three weeks, the Andrews government yesterday placed the whole of Melbourne Metro with and the Shire of Mitchell under second lockdown with stage 3 restrictions applicable effective midnight tonight. the government believes it is necessary to help keep ...
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Second state-wide lockdown looms over Victoria

Victoria is on the brink of a second state-wide lockdown. The state has recorded 191 new infections in its escalating COVID wave, the highest since the pandemic began. It has followed Monday’s 127 cases reported by the government and the state seems to be descending into a crisis with dire ...
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Pauline Hanson loses Channel 9’s fortnightly ‘Perk’

One Nation Leader Pauline Hanson hired by Channel 9’s Today show for regular fortnightly appearances, has been dropped by Channel 9 after she went on an offensive against the Melbourne residents trapped inside nine housing commission towers. Showing brazen disrespect in her typical ill-informed rhetoric, she labelled the tower residents ...
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