Queensland COVID-19 PCR test confusion makes the public miss out

The fog of confusion over COVID-19 tests has ended right back where we started: Domestic travelers do not have to pay for PCR tests if required by a public health ordinance. But why it, more than 20 months inside the pandemic, took days to confirm that nothing had changed, only raises more questions. Instead of … Read more

Travelers reunite with family members at LAX Just In Time For Holidays – CBS Los Angeles

LAX (CBSLA) – Hang out Los Angeles International Airport enough and you will find some incredible stories. The pandemic has kept families separate for a long time. READ MORE: Smash and Grab crimes are on the rise, with state leaders blaming light punishment for robbery But on Tuesday, travelers arriving at LAX finally got the … Read more

Fueling and ‘Already Raging Fire’: Fifth COVID Surge Approaches

November 23, 2021 – Ahead of the busiest travel days of the year, COVID-19 cases rise in 40 states and territories, preparing the United States for a rough fifth increase in the pandemic. “A marked increase in cases just before Thanksgiving is not what we want to see,” said Stephen Kissler, PhD, a postdoc researcher … Read more

Arizona Gov. Kari Lake says she takes hydroxychloroquine to ward off COVID-19

At a private event Tuesday, former FOX10 anchor and Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake told a crowd of retired Republicans she had “a secret” to share with them. “I have taken hydroxychloroquine,” Lake said according to the leaked sound of the event obtained by Phoenix New Times. She takes the drug preventively, she explained: “I … Read more

Northern Territory records 11 new local COVID-19 cases associated with Katherine outbreaks

The Northern Territory has registered 11 new local cases of COVID-19 overnight, said Prime Minister Michael Gunner. The territory’s cluster now stands at 51 cases. Sir. Gunner said one of those cases was a woman who “escaped the authorities and left the hard lockdown. [in Binjari] and traveled by taxi to Katherine “along with three … Read more

What happens when Northern Territory authorities ‘flow’ into remote communities to deliver vaccines

Since the start of the pandemic, territories have been told that it was a question of when, not whether, COVID-19 would spread to a remote Aboriginal community. Early last week, the nightmare scenario finally emerged when Robinson River became the first to face a COVID-19 eruption. Welcome to Rockhole, the community on the brink of … Read more

Partners and families need to be reunited as Australia prepares to reopen for visa holders

Jeongyeong Lee can hardly contain his joy. The Tasmanian-based chef will be able to meet his 15-month-old daughter for the very first time next month, after changes to Australia’s border rules were announced on Monday. Key points: Australia will allow eligible visa holders to return from 1 December This means that families separated by pandemic … Read more

The latest technology helps fight pandemics and pollution: Airific Systems’ Ankit Sharma explains

UVHeal Clean-Air is one of the most innovative products that gives a strong voice to the ‘Atma Nirbhar Bharat’ movement. During the pandemic, people refrain from traveling on public transportation such as AC buses, CAR trains and subways. Cause – The danger of the SARS-Covid-19 virus, which has emerged as the biggest health threat globally, … Read more

The latest technology helps fight pandemics and pollution: Airific Systems’ Ankit Sharma explains

UVHeal Clean-Air is one of the most innovative products that gives a strong voice to the ‘Atma Nirbhar Bharat’ movement. During the pandemic, people refrain from traveling on public transportation such as AC buses, CAR trains and subways. Cause – The danger of the SARS-Covid-19 virus, which has emerged as the biggest health threat globally, … Read more

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