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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Victorian chamber of commerce and industry

Victorian Chamber of Commerce endorses support package

$3 billion business support package signals confidence in business recovery - Victorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry The Victorian Government’s announcement of an additional $3 billion support package for business as they struggle through continued restrictions will spark hope for thousands of businesses says Victorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry ...
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Tim Pallas Business Support Package

Victoria’s New $3 Billion Business Support Package

Victoria is home to some of the best fresh food, wine, galleries and homewares in the world – but the pandemic has hit many small producers hard. Premier Daniel Andrews yesterday announced a new business support package that will see $3 billion in cash grants, tax relief and cashflow support ...
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Mental Health Foundation Australia

Mental Health Foundation Australia cries out for funding

Mental Health Foundation Australia’s 45000 Free Meals Delivery Mental Health Foundation of Australia led by Vasan Srinivasan and his deputy Jim Goodin has been helping the Victorian community's needy ever since we were faced with COVID-19 pandemic. Under Vasan’s leadership, the group has shown exponential growth and its membership and ...
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Daniel Andrews Roadmap

Victoria’s Roadmap for reopening

From midnight 13 September, according to the roadmap laid out by the Premier Daniel Andrews, some restrictions will be eased across Victoria. Regional Victoria and Melbourne Metro will have their own roadmap each, relating to how many active cases are currently in the community. Changes will allow limited in-person visits ...
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2nd Most Deadliest Day Victoria

Victoria’s 2nd most deadliest day of COVID-19

Victoria has recorded 149 fresh cases of COVID-19 and 24 more deaths which makes today the 2nd most deadliest day for Victoria after August 17 when the state recorded 25 deaths in 24 hours. Victoria Health Minister Jenny Mikakos talking to  ABC radio this morning confirmed there had been 149 ...
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Air Transmission of virus Covid-19 airborne

Spread yes, risk of transmission of virus low in a plane

A German study done by Institute for Medical Virology at Frankfurt’s Goethe University suggests that a properly safe air travel, observing some sort of social distancing by the passengers on board, may be in order once the panic of COVID-19 subsides and borders for air travel open because risks of ...
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Emergency extended Daniel Andrews

COVID-19 Emergency Extended in Victoria

The State of COVID-19 Emergency in Victoria has been extended for four weeks to continue measures we know are working to slow the spread of coronavirus and save lives. Although it is  challenging to live with Stage 4 restrictions and it’s easy to feel frustrated or get complacent – especially ...
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COVID-19 Victoria's deadliest day

Victoria’s deadliest COVID-19 day so far

It is the deadliest COVID-19 day for Victoria. We have hit a tragic new high, with 21 COVID-19 deaths confirmed this morning. Victoria also recorded another spike in the number of fresh cases recording 410 new COVID-19 infections which is also a three-day high. With these 21 deaths, Victoria’s virus ...
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Pranab Mukherjee COVID-19 positive

Former Prez Pranab Mukherjee critical, on ventilator

India’s fight with COVID-19 continues. There are now 2,215,074 (more than 2.2 million) case of COVID-19 in India with 44, 386 deaths. Although the number of deaths is too many, compared to the US where 163, 370 people have died with more than 5 million cases of the virus and ...
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JobKeeper expansion Scott Morrison

JobKeeper expansion: More Aussies to be eligible

With Victoria hit hard by the second wave of COVID-19, the imposition of Stage 4 restrictions in Melbourne Metro had become inevitable. Victorian economy is choking to death has forced JobKeeper program expansion. And to make things a lot worse for both the state and federal governments, the lifeless Victorian ...
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