Six new cases in Aust amid the overseas boom The Canberra...

Six new cases in Aust amid the overseas boom The Canberra...
Six new cases in Aust amid the overseas boom The Canberra...

Australia’s progress against the coronavirus is in stark contrast to much of the world, with six new cases recorded nationwide. South Australia confirmed four cases in overseas travelers, all of whom were in quarantine, while Western Australia confirmed one case in a child traveler. New South Wales recorded one locally acquired case – a teenage boy visiting an indoor trampoline park at the same time as a known case. The teenager is also a student at Cabramatta High School, which is closed on weekends for thorough cleaning. Victoria recorded a single, but possibly “false positive,” case, and Chief Health Officer Brett Sutton later announced that a panel of experts had confirmed the case was negative. “So this is donut day,” he tweeted. It’s the third zero-fall day in Victoria in a week. The encouraging numbers are in stark contrast to the situation overseas. The United States hit a dismal milestone, with more than 100,000 cases in a single day, while the United Kingdom reported 24,405 new cases on Friday. France reported 49,215 new confirmed cases and Russia 18,283 on Friday. Domestic advances have resulted in the long-awaited reopening of the WA border, paving the way for mostly free travel between states by mid-November. WA’s hard border restrictions will be lifted from November 14th as interstate travelers no longer need to have exemptions. For the past six months, the only people admitted to WA were workers and people who were granted limited exemptions on compassionate grounds. Under the new regime, everyone will be admitted as long as they fill out a G2G application and comply with health requirements. Individuals who have been to NSW and Victoria in the past 14 days must enter self-quarantine in a suitable building and perform COVID tests. Arrivals from all other states and territories that are classified as “Very Low Risk Countries” do not need to be quarantined, but are required to undergo a health and temperature assessment and show that they have not been in NSW or Victoria . “The time is right, the conditions are right and I am very confident that our control boundary regimes will find the right balance,” said WA Prime Minister Mark McGowan on Friday. Health Secretary Roger Cook defended the cautious reopening on Saturday, saying that despite “huge tensions” over his state’s border rules, the government would not hesitate to revert to a hard line if health recommendations change. WA’s requirement that arrivals from NSW and Victoria be quarantined will be removed once those states have passed 28 days without community expansion, as is the case in all other jurisdictions. And with Queenslanders waiting for the election results on Saturday, that state’s travel restrictions will ease from 1:00 a.m. on Tuesday. The border is open to everyone except those in Greater Sydney and Victoria. But NSW Prime Minister Gladys Berejiklian said that wasn’t good enough and that there was no reason the Sydneysiders couldn’t travel to Queensland now. She said the efforts Queensland and WA have made are harming families, individuals and businesses. “It is extremely unfair and there is a lack of logic and common sense to continue associating NSW with Victoria. Our states have taken very different paths, ”she said. Prime Minister Scott Morrison has urged states not to “remain neutral” as the number of cases is falling. Australian Associated Press

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Australia’s advances against the coronavirus stand in stark contrast to much of the world, with six new cases recorded nationwide.

South Australia confirmed four cases in overseas travelers, all of whom were in quarantine, while Western Australia confirmed one case in a child traveler.

New South Wales recorded one locally acquired case – a teenage boy visiting an indoor trampoline park at the same time as a known case.

The teenager is also a student at Cabramatta High School, which is closed on weekends for thorough cleaning.

Victoria recorded a single, but possibly “false positive,” case, and Chief Health Officer Brett Sutton later announced that a panel of experts had confirmed the case was negative.

“So this is donut day,” he tweeted.

It’s the third Zero Fall Day in Victoria in a week.

The encouraging numbers are in stark contrast to the situation overseas.

The United States hit a dismal milestone, with more than 100,000 cases in a single day, while the United Kingdom reported 24,405 new cases on Friday.

France reported 49,215 new confirmed cases and Russia 18,283 on Friday.

Domestic advances have resulted in the long-awaited reopening of the WA border, paving the way for mostly free travel between states by mid-November.

WA’s hard border restrictions will be lifted from November 14th as interstate travelers no longer need to have exemptions.

For the past six months, the only people admitted to WA were workers and people who were granted limited exemptions on compassionate grounds.

Under the new regime, everyone will be admitted as long as they fill out a G2G application and comply with health requirements.

Individuals who have been to NSW and Victoria in the past 14 days must enter self-quarantine in a suitable building and perform COVID tests.

Arrivals from all other states and territories that are classified as “Very Low Risk Countries” do not need to be quarantined, but must undergo a health and temperature assessment and show that they have not been in NSW or Victoria .

“The time is right, the conditions are right and I am very confident that our control boundary regimes will find the right balance,” said WA Prime Minister Mark McGowan on Friday.

His health secretary, Roger Cook, on Saturday defended the cautious reopening, saying that despite “huge tensions” over his state’s border rules, the government would not hesitate to revert to a hard line if health recommendations change.

WA’s requirement that arrivals from NSW and Victoria be quarantined will be removed once those states have passed 28 days without community expansion, as is the case in all other jurisdictions.

And with Queenslanders waiting for the election results on Saturday, that state’s travel restrictions will ease from 1:00 a.m. on Tuesday. The border is open to everyone except those in Greater Sydney and Victoria.

But NSW Prime Minister Gladys Berejiklian said that wasn’t good enough and that there was no reason the Sydneysiders couldn’t travel to Queensland now.

She said the efforts Queensland and WA have made are harming families, individuals and businesses.

“It is extremely unfair, and there is a lack of logic and common sense to continue associating NSW with Victoria. Our states have taken very different paths, ”she said.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has urged states not to “remain neutral” as the number of cases is falling.

Australian Associated Press

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