The Queensland border ban has been extended as the nation does...

The Queensland border ban has been extended as the nation does...
The Queensland border ban has been extended as the nation does...
“There were a lot of attacks and we were strong,” she said on Sunday. “In this job you have to listen to the experts and communicate that to people, and that was good for us.”

She cited the UK’s decision to lockdown England again as an example of how “you cannot have an economy if you cannot control the health virus”.

Queensland announced last week that the state line would reopen for all NSW bars in the greater Sydney area starting Tuesday.

The partial reopening sparked a strong reprimand from NSW government and business leaders, including Qantas CEO Alan Joyce, who called it “ridiculous”.

NSW Prime Minister Gladys Berejiklian said last week the Victorian border restrictions would not be lifted until she saw the effects of relaxed restrictions in the southern state.


Western Australian Prime Minister Mark McGowan also announced that he will be removing his state’s “hard border” from November 14, but will still have to quarantine travelers from NSW and Victoria for two weeks.

Mr Hunt said the persistently low case numbers in Victoria and NSW meant the urge for “a single internal national bubble” increased. Mr Hunt praised healthcare workers and the public on Twitter for confirming that for the first time since June 9, the country had not recorded any cases of broadcasts in the community.

“We are on track to meet the prime minister’s goal of creating a country open internally before Christmas,” he said.

Victoria recorded zero new cases for its second straight day, while NSW’s four new cases were all in hotel quarantine on Sunday.

An indoor trampoline park in southern Sydney is at the center of the state’s newest coronavirus cluster. A second child falls ill with the virus at the venue. The child tested positive after the registration deadline at 8 p.m. and is shown in the case numbers from Monday.

Anyone who has visited the Flip Out Indoor Trampoline Park in Prestons on Sunday October 25th between 11am and 2pm is considered close contact and should be tested immediately and self-isolating for 14 days.

Cabramatta High School students were given permission to return to school on Monday after one of their colleagues visited the trampoline park and tested positive on Friday.

A spokesman for NSW’s Department of Education said the campus had been thoroughly cleaned over the weekend and the HSC exams were scheduled to take place.

Mr Hunt outlined Australia’s rollout plans for the COVID-19 vaccine, saying the government still plans for the first doses to be available by March, with priority given to health workers and the elderly.

“These guidelines have been reaffirmed in the last few days and will be rolled out gradually over the course of the year,” he said.

“We want everyone who wants to be vaccinated to complete a voluntary program that will be completed in the course of 2021 [and] In the middle of the year most of the population got this access. ”

Prime Minister Scott Morrison will present the final rollout plans to the cabinet in the coming weeks.

Mr Hunt also confirmed that the government is on the verge of finalizing two additional contracts to purchase COVID-19 vaccines, including the highly publicized mRNA vaccine.

Australia has already reached agreements for CSL to have 33.8 million doses of Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine and 51 million doses of a University of Queensland vaccine if clinical trials are successful.

Mr. Hunt said the results of these trials were “more positive than expected”.

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Lisa Visentin is a federal political reporter for The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age specializing in education and communication.

Josh Dye is a news reporter for The Sydney Morning Herald.

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