Hello and welcome to Tuesday! (Oh, only on Tuesday.)
Unfortunately, there is some tragic news to start the day.
The death toll from this latest delta wave of coronavirus has reached double digits in New South Wales. health Two more deaths have been reported from Covid-related illnesses.
They confirmed that a woman in her 80s died at her home in Pendle Hill, western Sydney, on Monday afternoon, and a man in her 80s also died at Campbell Town Hospital.
People reading blogs from Melbourne They’re definitely on the edge today as they’re waiting to hear if the blockage will be lifted at midnight tonight. The state’s route from the blockade is cautious and gradual, although the strictest social distancing legislation is expected to be lifted.
Premier NSAniel Andrews Masks that are already flagged may remain mandatory in some settings, but the Minister of Health said Martin Foley “Nothing has been finalized yet,” he told reporters on Monday.
The state is “going in the right direction,” he said, but authorities wanted to make decisions based on up-to-date and accurate data.
They usually hold a Covid press conference around 11:00 am to 11:30 am.
Speaking of deregulation, the Premier of South Australia Stephen Marshall The state’s week-long blockade ends Wednesday morning at 0:01 midnight. However, only if there are no more cases of “unlinked” coronavirus.
Masks will continue to be needed in high-risk environments such as geriatric care centers, medical services and public transport. Consumption of all food and drink must be while sitting, and dancing and singing remain prohibited. Weddings and funerals can be held for up to 50 people, but family gatherings are limited to 10 people.
Well then, why don’t we dive into that day!
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Australia Covid LiveUpdate: The blockade of Victoria and SA will end.Two more dead in New South Wales | Australian News
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