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Omicron variant in Australia: State, international borders news updates

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NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet has revealed a potential third Omicron case in the state after 141 passengers from nine countries of concern touched down. Australia is waking with fresh fears over what the Omicron variant will mean for its immediate future as governments begin to grapple with a new

Israel strikes back at Omicron’s fears

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A country has been the first to close its doors to foreign tourists due to serious concerns about the new Covid-19 variant Omicron. Israel has closed its doors to foreign tourists, the first country to do so due to concerns about the new Covid-19 variant Omicron. “Entry for foreign

What is the Omicron variant and why might it be too late to stop its global circulation?

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Countries are closing their borders amid frantic efforts to contain the spread of Omicron, but experts say it’s too little and it’s already too late. Governments around the world have begun closing borders and enforcing a wave of travel bans in response to the new Covid variant, Omicron, but

Israel drastically shuts down Omicron’s fears

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A country has become the first to close its doors to foreign tourists amid serious concerns about the new Covid-19 variant, Omicron. Israel has become the first country to close its doors to foreign tourists due to concerns about the new Covid-19 variant Omicron. “The entry of foreign nationals

What is the Omicron variant and why it may be too late to stop it from circulating globally

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Countries are closing their borders during frenetic efforts to prevent Omicron from spreading, but experts have said it is too little and that it is already too late. Governments around the world have begun to push boundaries and impose a wave of travel bans in response to the new

Victoria will open border with NSW from October 19

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NSW residents will be able to travel to neighboring Victoria without completing a 14-day quarantine, but there is a catch. New South Wales residents will be able to enter neighboring Victoria without the mandatory 14-day quarantine, a welcome move by the state government. Since October 19, people have been

Sign at Gosford Anglican Church says NSW Premier will ‘kill us all’

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A church in regional NSW has come out with gunfire against Prime Minister Dominic Perrottet, and is dealing with an immediate backlash online. A church in regional NSW has come out with gunfire against the state’s new prime minister, forcing an immediate online reaction. Principal of Gosford Rod Bower

Covid-19 live updates: Victoria, NSW cases, lockdown, restrictions

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Josh Frydenberg has doubled down on a “ludicrous and unacceptable” rule that sees Victorians living by completely different standards to Sydneysiders. Welcome to our live coverage of Saturday’s national Covid-19 news. Australians and their families will be to free to travel in and out of the country from November

Covid-19 live updates: Victoria, NSW cases, quarantine, restrictions

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Victoria reported new local cases of Covid-19 in 1993 and seven more deaths, sadly after two days of record infection. Welcome to Saturday’s live stream of national Covid-19 news. Australians and their families will be free to enter and leave the country from 1 November, in a move triggered

Victoria will reopen NSW border from 19 October

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NSW residents will be able to travel to neighboring Victoria without having to complete the 14-day quarantine – but there’s a catch. NSW residents will be able to enter neighboring Victoria without having to undergo a mandatory 14-day quarantine, a move welcomed by the state government. From 19 October,