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Melbourne readies for anti-lockdown protest as COVID-19 cases surge - Similar news
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Health: COVID-19
Jan 1 1970 : …Melbourne ahead of an anti-lockdown protest over…
Jan 1 1970 : …plan to pause public transport and deploy thousands of police in Melbourne ahead of an anti-lockdown protest over…
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Finance: Sydney COVID-19
Oct 12 : Sydney's COVID-19 cases fell to the lowest in two…
Oct 12 : Sydney's COVID-19 cases fell to the lowest in two months on Tuesday as authorities rolled out support measures…
Coronavirus - four-month lockdown
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Health: Grand Slam
Oct 12 : Tennis players planning to compete in the Australian Open at Melbourne Park should get…
Oct 12 : Tennis players planning to compete in the Australian Open at Melbourne Park should get vaccinated for COVID-19 to give…
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Finance: too-rapid
Oct 8 : …as the country's biggest city prepares for an end to more than 100 days in lockdown.
Oct 8 : …on health systems and risk lives, as the country's biggest city prepares for an end to more than 100 days in lockdown.
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Health: COVID-19
Oct 9 : Australia was bracing for more COVID-19 infections…
Oct 9 : Australia was bracing for more COVID-19 infections and hospitalisations, officials said on Saturday, even as it…
Coronavirus
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Health: COVID-19
Oct 13 : …the government said on Wednesday.
Oct 13 : …most populous state races towards its 80% double-dose vaccination target, the government said on Wednesday.
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Health: Prime Minister Scott Morrison
Oct 5 : Australia will buy 300,000 courses of Merck & Co'…
Oct 5 : Australia will buy 300,000 courses of Merck & Co's experimental antiviral pill, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said…
Coronavirus
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Health: Wales Premier Dominic Perrottet - foreshadowing
Oct 15 : Sydney will end its COVID-19 quarantine for fully vaccinated…
Oct 15 : Sydney will end its COVID-19 quarantine for fully vaccinated international travellers from Nov. 1, New South Wales…
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Health: Premier Daniel Andrews - faster-than-expected
Oct 14 : Melbourne will exit months of COVID-19 lockdown next…
Oct 14 : Melbourne will exit months of COVID-19 lockdown next week helped by a faster-than-expected vaccine uptake,…
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Health: Sydney Opera House
Oct 7 : …authorities said, as Australia's largest city looks set to exit a nearly four-month lockdown…
Oct 7 : …authorities said, as Australia's largest city looks set to exit a nearly four-month lockdown after hitting its 70%…
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Health: COVID-19
Oct 6 : …s Victoria and New South Wales states, the epicentres of the country's worst virus outbreak,…
Oct 6 : …19 cases in Australia's Victoria and New South Wales states, the epicentres of the country's worst virus outbreak,…
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Health: COVID-19
Oct 10 : Sydney was set to reopen after months in lockdown, officials said on Sunday, with businesses reading themselves to…
Oct 10 : Sydney was set to reopen after months in lockdown, officials said on Sunday, with businesses reading themselves to…
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Health: COVID-19
Oct 11 : …nearly four months of lockdown as Australia aims to…
Oct 11 : …nearly four months of lockdown as Australia aims to begin living with the coronavirus through higher vaccinations and…
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Politics: Melbourne - COVID-19 - coronavirus - lockdowns
Oct 5 : …a press conference in Canberra, Friday, Oct. 1, 2021.
Oct 5 : Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison discusses travel restrictions during a press conference in Canberra, Friday, Oct. 1, 2021.
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Health: Henry Nicholls File Photo - Baitul Futuh Mosque
Breaking News : …taking the total number of fatalities within 28 days of a positive test to 138,379, official figures showed.
Breaking News : …taking the total number of fatalities within 28 days of a positive test to 138,379, official figures showed.