It’s finally Friday. In other words, there is no blockade in Melbourne anymore.
that is Matilda Bosley Rather than taking advantage of my newly found freedom here and out of my house, I’m excited to manage my blog and watch the news week with you.
I have to say that not all is good news today.
A 52-year-old NSW woman has died of a blood clot in her brain, the second of the 3.6 million doses of AstraZeneca vaccine provided.
Of the 48 confirmed cases of blood clots that developed after vaccination, 31 were discharged and recovered. Fifteen remain in the hospital.
Chief Medical Officer Paul Kelly Australia is very good at diagnosing and treating conditions, reducing the chances of a blood clot being fatal.
We continue to learn from these unfortunate situations and tie it to advice for all practitioners.
Kelly urged people to be informed about the early symptoms of a very rare condition, but did not discourage going forward to get a jab.
Victorian stormy weather, where more than 200,000 people lost power yesterday, killed a man and hospitalized two volunteers.
Police confirmed Thursday night that a man in his 60s was found dead on Woodside, South Gippsland.
In a statement, police warned emergency services on a vehicle “almost submerged” in the flood on Thursday afternoon by one of the civilians. Police attended the scene and confirmed that the man had died.
The situation of his death is under investigation and a report will be prepared for the coroner.
Two SES members were also taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries after separate tree-related incidents.
Large-scale cleanup efforts will continue today as the state experiences the end of a stormy weather event.
Well, why don’t we dive in that day?
Australian Coronavirus Live News: TGA Reveals Deadly Coagulation Cases.Victorian Flood Kills One | Australian News
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