International students could return to NSW by 2022; 警察 standing by for more protests in Melbourne; more than half of over-16s now vaccinated; Victorians urged not to gather illegally on grand final day as state records 733 new local cases and one death; ACT records 19 新案件; zero cases in Qld; nine in New Zealand. Follow all the day’s news
Australia live news update: Gladys Berejiklian to front NSW Icac hearing; 墨尔本, ACT lift more Covid restrictions
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Former NSW premier to appear at anti-corruption hearing after Daryl Maguire gave evidence about their relationship on Thursday. 实时关注更新
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People who are fully vaccinated against Covid yet catch the virus are just as infectious to others in their household as infected unvaccinated people, 研究表明. Households are a key setting for the transmissi...
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The Covid pandemic has been a story of twists and turns, with the situation often developing quickly. For much of October, confirmed cases in the UK have risen daily – largely driven by increases in England and Wales....
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多于 100 million Indians have not turned up for their second coronavirus vaccine dose, official data showed, raising concerns of a resurgence in the disease despite a relatively low infection rate. Apart from lea...
Victoria Covid restrictions: reopening rules for Melbourne, regional Vic, freedoms for vaccinated people – explained
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Covid restrictions across Victoria changed from 6 PM, 29 十月, after the state reached an 80% full vaccination rate. Melbourne had endured 262 天, nearly nine months, of stay-at-home restrictions that went over 6...
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Calls for the government to introduce extra measures to contain Covid have grown louder. At the last count these came from the NHS Federation, the British Medical Association, Macmillan Cancer, the behaviours and mode...
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Singapore investigates abnormally high number of new cases, the most since the pandemic began; Europe the only major region to report an increase in both cases and deaths, says WHO