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Covid Victoria: Melbourne protesters test positive; suspected Omicron case tests negative

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One protester is in hospital with Covid, while at least nine attended the demonstrations while infectious. Meanwhile, a suspected Omicron case has tested negative. Nineteen people who attended freedom rally protests earlier this month have tested positive, with one of the infections in hospital. The Department of Health has

Covid Victoria: Omicron fears urgent calls for earlier booster injections

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Healthcare professionals are calling for Covid booster vaccines to be made earlier, fearing that the “related” Omicron variant is already in Victoria. Healthcare professionals are calling for booster vaccines to be introduced sooner as cases of “related” Omicron variants have been confirmed in Australia. Virus expert Professor Tony Blakely

Victoria government agrees to change proposed pandemic law

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The Victorian government agreed to make significant amendments to the pandemic law after discussions with cross-sectional jury members. Key points: The Victorian state government says the proposed law will create specially tailored laws. The opposition leader says they are going too far and have been demonstrating against them. Cross

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

Melbourne lockdown Covid: Federal Treasurer Josh Frydenberg calls for reopening

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Federal Treasury Secretary Josh Frydenberg has urged the Andrews government to “get Victoria back on the fast track” after New South Wales plans to open its borders to the world next month. Federal Treasury Secretary Josh Frydenberg has urged the Andrews government to “get Victoria back on the fast

Victoria reveals plan to ease border rules between countries when state registers 2179 new cases | ABC News – ABC News (Australia)

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Victoria reveals plan to ease border rules between countries when state registers 2179 new cases | ABC News  ABC News (Australia) International borders are about to open, but our research shows that the situation of stranded Australians is not over  The conversation AU View full coverage on Google News .

Politicians and Doctors React as New South Wales Prime Minister Dominique Perrotte Ends Quarantine for Fully Vaccinated Travelers

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Some praised the decision to abandon a full quarantine for fully vaccinated travelers in New South Wales, but many reacted with anger. New South Wales Prime Minister Dominique Perrotte finds himself in a quandary today over a series of decisions he made to bring the state out of isolation

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,

Covid Victoria: 2297 new Covid cases, 11 deaths; outdoor retail rule angers businesses

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A sweep of new changes to isolation requirements is set to allow Year 12 students who have been exposed to Covid to sit all VCE exams. Victorian students exposed to Covid will get an exemption to sit all VCE exams under a sweep of new changes to isolation requirements.

Melbourne teenager put on ventilator as Covid-19 tore apart his family

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A Melbourne Grade 11 student revealed she thought about how she would die from Covid-19 before falling into a coma for nine days. A young woman “nearly dying” from Covid-19 in the worst-affected area of ​​Melbourne told her sad story of how quickly the virus was spreading. Saela, 17,