New South Wales has recorded its lowest number of cases in almost two weeks but NSW Health says it is too early to tell if the curve is beginning to flatten.
11 minutes ago New South Wales has recorded its lowest number of cases in almost two weeks but NSW Health says it is too early to tell if the curve is beginning to flatten.south coast to feed off a large bait ball.COVID-19 cases in the last day and another seven deaths, including a man in his 20s from Western Sydney.‘A little bit of sanity’ for regional New South Wales 2 minutes ago Sky News host Paul Murray says regional NSW has been given a “little bit of sanity” through a decision to allow land-clearing for bushfire protection.
The state recorded 1,127 new infections today, down from record high 1,599 cases reported on Saturday.The rate of reproduction for the virus is sitting between 1 to 1.Simon Miller from Sapphire Coastal Adventures said "it was quite exciting".2 and at the beginning of the outbreak it was at 1.READ MORE: Queensland records no new local COVID-19 cases following close call earlier in the week There are 1206 are now in hospital with COVID-19, 92 of whom require ventilation.3, with a rate below 1 showing the virus beginning to taper out.(Nine) "There's just a huge amount of noise, huge amount of smell.NSW Health’s Dr Jeremy McAnulty said more monitoring would be needed to assess if cases numbers were decreasing.
Dr McAnulty also suggested the City of Sydney local government area may become a hotspot due to rising cases in Glebe, Redfern, and Waterloo.The whales moved together with the phenomenon called a mass aggregation or mega-pod."We want to be sure that when we get to that 70 per cent double dose figure but we have managed to reduce our cases as much as we can to allow us to continue planning forward," she said.Read More.
Mega-pod of humpback whales feed off New South Wales south coastA mega-pod of over 100 humpback whales surrounded a boat off the coast of Bermagui on New South Wales&x27; south coast to feed off a large ball of bait Did any of the whales have masks. Are any of them vaccinated. These are the questions we need answered Gladys. Back to Pete in the studio.
New South Wales records 1262 new local COVID-19 cases, seven deathsSpeaking during the last live daily health update, NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian said that 78 per cent of over 16-year-olds now had at least one dose of a vaccine. 9News My body is mine to do with as I wish. If i choose not to vax it is none of your business. Open when the vulnerable and those who want have had their vax, I have made my choice Having abandoned her role as leader of the people in their hour of need, Berejiklian has inspired the people of the state to abandon their commitment to the Covid regulations. If the Premier doesn't give a shit, why should I? She also said, 93% of all stats are made up.
‘A little bit of sanity’ for regional New South WalesSky News host Paul Murray says regional NSW has been given a “little bit of sanity” through a decision to allow land-clearing for bushfire protection.
New Zealand still pursuing COVID-19 elimination as new case tally dips to 15 casesNew Zealand has reported 15 new community cases of COVID-19, a decrease from 33 reported the previous day. The drop has encouraged health officials, who maintain the Delta outbreak can be eliminated. Oh they choose to keep going with the unsustainable strategy. Way to go NZ !! billbowtell Of course it can be done, China has done it multiple times.
ACT records 13 new COVID-19 infections, with only two in quarantine for their entire infectious periodThe ACT has recorded 13 new COVID-19 infections, with vaccine bookings now open for 12-15 year olds. Ken Berren less and less responsibility... Told u so
South Australia playing pivotal role in space industry🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 the Gov will fuck that up as well