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Posted in: Tokyo reports 248 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 1,722 See in context

What is the current National vaccination rate?

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Posted in: Dressel, McKeon win more gold in the pool See in context

Enjoying the coverage from lock down Sydney. Well done Tokyo

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Posted in: Australia weighs further coronavirus curbs as outbreak grows See in context

Kyronstavic what is the protective medicine the Australian government are restricting that you refer to.

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Posted in: Australia's Victoria state mandates coronavirus testing for returning travelers See in context

I doubt if they are still "returned travellers" Aussies were told to come home 3 months ago. Mostly duel citizens or extentended families on compassionate grounds for a safer option and better health care in Australia.

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Posted in: Australia starts virus testing blitz to stop second wave in Melbourne See in context

Thanks lincolnman

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Posted in: Ardern stays cool as earthquake rattles New Zealand capital See in context

Impressive, one cool Prime Minister

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Posted in: Australia says China ignoring its calls to ease trade tension See in context

All nations need to support an independent investigation into the Covid-19 virus to hopefully prevent a similar outbreak in the future, including China. It's for our children and grandchildren, get on with it.

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Posted in: Australians cautiously return to bars, cafes See in context

The state's and territories have done really well so have Aussies in general most have followed the rules. 93% of Australiana are happy with all Governments response to the covid 19 pandemic. Only 50 odd people currently in hospital, listen to the experts do the right thing all should be good, time to open up, slowly.

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Posted in: Virus-hit Carnival cruise ship docks in Australia as country's death toll hits 39 See in context

Thanks Black Sabbath, there is optimism in Australia that the curve has flattened despite the Ruby Princess contributing 10% of our our positive Covid 19. Massive stuff up by NSW health authorities to letting 2700 passengers disembark at Sydney harbour and then leave to all parts of Australia.

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Posted in: Cluster suspected at Oita medical center after 2 more virus cases confirmed See in context

I visited Ueno Park on my last day on (tuesday) of a brilliant holiday in Japan, currently day 5 of a mandatory 14 day isolation in Sydney. The difference between Japan and Australia is incredible, to me life in Japan seemed rather normal no panic. It's a stark difference here, panic for food, shelves stripped bare. BTW Australia has tested 120,000 for Covid 19 and have a positive rate of 1%.

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