The coronavirus confinement extended in Melbourne Australia

Coronavirus in Australia: Prolonged Confinement in Melbourne Despite Falling Number of Cases

AT HOME: The confinement measures in Melbourne are nevertheless relaxed, especially for single people Australian authorities extended the confinement of Melbourne, the second-largest city in the country, by two weeks on Sunday, considering the drop in the number of new cases of coronavirus insufficient. Victoria Prime Minister Daniel Andrews has announced that Melbourne’s strict six-week lockdown, which was due to end next weekend, is […]

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Dozens of coronavirus anti-restriction protesters arrested in Australia

Coronavirus in Australia: Dozens of Anti-Restriction Protesters Arrested

PROTEST: The anti-restriction rally was promoted on social media among groups with coronavirus conspiracy theories Australian police announced that they arrested dozens of demonstrators in Melbourne this Saturday against official coronavirus restrictions in several cities across the country. Ignoring official warnings and public health regulations, several hundred people gathered for an illegal demonstration in Melbourne, the second-largest city of Australia. The rally had been […]

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Australia should make the vaccination of its population against the coronavirus "compulsory", except for medical exemption, Australian Prime Minister

Coronavirus in Australia: Vaccination Should be Compulsory says Prime Minister

PREVENTION: Australia announced on Tuesday that it had secured the “promising” coronavirus vaccine hat the pharmaceutical group AstraZeneca is developing with the University of Oxford Australia should make the vaccination of its population against the coronavirus “compulsory”, except for medical exemption, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Wednesday. The Conservative leader announced on Tuesday that […]

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The StopCovid digital tracking app

Australia: The Country’s StopCovid has Identified Just a Single Case Despite the Millions of Downloads

DETECTION: To date, the digital tracking app similar to StopCovid has identified only one “contact case”, namely a person potentially infected with the coronavirus Countries around the world are developing digital plotting applications. Supposed to stem the Covid-19 epidemic, these apps do not necessarily keep their promises. In Australia, the COVIDSafe application, launched at the end of April, has so far […]

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Qantus and Jetstar suspend international flights due to Coronavirus Pandemic

Qantas and Jetstar Suspend International Flights and put 20,000 Staff on Leave

Qantas will stand down 20,000 staff for the next two months as the coronavirus pandemic continues to have a ‘devastating impact’ on the travel industry. The airline said in a statement to the ASX that it was also cutting scheduled international flights for the same period from late March until May. It comes in the […]

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French surfer Poeti Norac died in early February 2020

Surf: French Surfer Poeti Norac Died at the Age of 24 in Australia

SURF: Poeti Norac went to live her passion of surfing in Australia The French Surf Federation has announced, in agreement with the family of Poeti Norac, the death of the young French surfer (24 years old) during the first weekend of February on the Sunshine Coast. The circumstances of her death, however, were not disclosed. Leaving to live in Australia several months […]

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Frenchman Grégoire Barrère faces Egyptian Mohamed Safwat in the 1st round of the Australian Open on January 20, 2020 in Melbourne.

Australian Open: Rain Disrupts the First Day, Thirty Matches Postponed

After the pollution, the rain comes to spoil the Australian Open, forced to postpone many matches scheduled for Monday 20th January  Funny start for the Australian Open: the threat of pollution lifted, it was the rain that completely turned upside down the first day Monday 20th January 2020 in Melbourne, causing the postponement to Tuesday of 32 […]

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In Australia: after the fires, floods ravage the east of the country

Australia: After the Fires, Floods Ravage the East of the Country

Heavy rains hit southeast Australia, much to the relief of farmers. But this torrential rain turns out to be a double-edged sword. In heavy rain fell on Friday, January 17, 2020 fire that ravaged eastern Australia, to the relief of some farmers who have already lost a significant part of their livestock and crops. The rain has given a […]

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Over one billion animals have been killed in fires in Australia

Fires in Australia: Over 1 Billion Animals Killed in the Fires

According to a joint study by WWF and a researcher from the University of Sydney, 1.25 billion mammals, reptiles, birds, frogs and invertebrates have died. A massacre. The fires that have ravaged Australia since September 2019 have killed, directly or indirectly, 1.25 billion animals, according to a joint study by WWF Australia and a researcher from the University of […]

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A charred vehicle after forest fires in the village of Mogo in New South Wales in Australia on January 6, 2010.

Fire in Australia: Firefighters Redouble their Efforts Before the Next Heat Wave

Dozens of fires are still out of control in Australia. A further rise in temperatures, accompanied by strong winds, is expected on Friday 10th January 2020. Firefighters redoubled their efforts Tuesday 7th January 2020 to regain control of gigantic forest fires in Australia, taking advantage of punctually less unfavourable weather before a new heatwave in the coming […]

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