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Thats it from me. My associates in London will be taking over shortly to keep you as much as date with the most recent. Stay safe and well.
Australia has tape-recorded 17 new deaths and 284 new cases. 16 deaths and 279 cases remained in Victoria. Despite a “positive” pattern downwards, Victorias state of emergency situation and its accompanying restrictions have been extended by 4 weeks to 13 September.
Australias federal health minister Greg Hunt is meticulously positive that a vaccine to dominate the coronavirus will be readily available next year. Hunt states the government is close to striking a deal which would permit the production of a vaccine in Australia.
New Zealand has reported 13 brand-new cases in Auckland, where authorities are handling a renewed outbreak after 102 days without a single case of community transmission. Opposition political leaders have actually signed up with to call on PM Jacinda Ardern to delay the nations election, set up for next month.
South Korea reported 279 new cases, the most cases since early March.All but 12 were in your area sent cases, mostly in Seoul and surrounding areas.
The outbreak in the Xinjiang region of China seems subsiding, after authorities reported simply 4 locally transferred cases in the area. The rest of mainland Chinas 19 cases were all imported.
Britains health secretary Matt Hancock will reveal today that Public Health England (PHE) will be scrapped and replaced by a brand-new body.
Algeria began reopening its mosques, coffee shops, beaches and parks on Saturday for the first time in five months, slowly unwinding among the worlds longer virus confinement durations.
South African president Cyril Ramaphosa said on Saturday that all indicators were that South Africa had reached the peak of Covid-19 infections, as he revealed a sweeping elimination of lockdown constraints on the economy.
Students in Saudi Arabian public schools will be informed through distance knowing for the first seven weeks of the brand-new academic year.
The French health ministry on Saturday reported 3,310 brand-new coronavirus infections in France over the past 24 hours, setting a brand-new post-lockdown high for the 4th day in a row.
Ireland reported a “deeply worrying” 200 new Covid-19 cases developing from multiple clusters throughout the country on Saturday, the greatest daily quantity because the start of May.
Turkey confirmed 1,256 brand-new coronavirus cases on Saturday, the highest day-to-day rise in infections since June, while Malta published its greatest ever daily-on-day increase, and Greek authorities have announced 230 brand-new coronavirus cases on Friday, 27 from worldwide arrivals.

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Northern Irelands primary clinical adviser has alerted of the threats of complacency after Covid-19 cases in the area increased quickly recently. Professor Ian Young said it was “inescapable” that there would be a significant boost in coronavirus cases if individuals stopped following social-distancing rules designed to prevent the spread of the illness.
The recreation rate of the virus is approximated at in between 1.2 and 2.0, according to Northern Irelands Department of Health. There were 242 cases recently, with 74 positive tests announced on Friday alone– just 237 people evaluated positive during the whole of July.
” Weve just had probably 2 months with very little evidence of the infection,” said Young, who also sits on the UK federal governments Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies. “No deaths for possibly 18, 20 days in a row; very couple of clients in healthcare facilities. People unwind, and they go back to what we still think of as normal.
Read the full report from the Guardians James Tapper and Henry McDonald here:.

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Ms Nor Fazila Jaafar, 33, who operates at a Malay food store near the walk-up flats where the 58-year-old woman lives, said she was informed on Saturday early morning that they had to stop allowing dine-in.
” Business was so bad. We prepared less, however we still just offered 30 per cent of the food all morning and afternoon,” she stated.
” We discovered that our rice originates from the sundry shop where the Covid-19 patients daughter works.”.

Parts of Malaysias Penang island are back under stringent motion control orders, after more than 100 days dubbed “Covid-free happiness”, the Straits Times is reporting.
It follows a 58-year-old female was identified with the virus on Friday, and 2 brand-new cases were reported on Saturday.
According to the article, roadside hawkers can only serve takeaways, and while dining establishments and coffee bar are permitted to have dine-in clients they must strictly observe running procedures.
No form of crowding is allowed.

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More on the confusion in US schools, from Reuters in Nebraska, where a school district said on Saturday it had actually canceled classes after personnel members checked positive for the new coronavirus, the current state to see instruction disrupted after resuming in-person knowing.
3 employee have the infection that causes Covid-19 and 24 more are in quarantine for direct exposure in the Broken Bow School District about 190 miles (300 km) west of Omaha, superintendent Darren Tobey said in a statement.
Preschool and grade 6 to 12 classes are canceled till 24 August.
President Donald Trump has actually made resuming schools a re-election project problem, threatening to pull federal financing if institutions fail to do so, but resumption of class mentor ran into problem in several states today.
There is no national plan for school reopening, and Education Secretary Betsy DeVos has actually urged districts to resume in-person classes when they consider it safe.
That has actually resulted in a patchwork of policies, varying from Republican Governor Pete Ricketts stating it was safe to resume in-person knowing in Nebraska to Democratic Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham delaying classes up until 8 September in New Mexico.

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The Australian shadow federal government services minister, Bill Shorten, has actually taken aim at the profit-driven focus of the nations privatised aged care homes, while blaming the federal government for stopping working in its task to supervise the system during the pandemic.
The previous Labor leader asked how privatised centres had the ability to “serve two masters”– profit and care– given the cost of appropriately taking care of senior people, particularly those with health concerns such as dementia, was not irrelevant.
” This is the issue,” he told the ABC. “Looking after senior people with diagnosis of dementia is not cheap. If we desire to make a profit, and you desire to look after people, then you create faultlines in the system.
” Covid-19 right throughout Australian society has revealed things which have actually been glossed over. And if youre a worker in the system, and theyre doing the difficult and the hard work, they need to operate at numerous centres just to earn a living.”.

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Sydney Girls High School will be closed for cleaning on Monday after a trainee evaluated positive for Covid-19. Trial HSC tests arranged for tomorrow will be held off, the school stated in a Facebook post.
” The school will be non-operational tomorrow for the on-site attendance of personnel and students to allow time for the school to total contact tracing and have the school cleaned up. All staff and students are asked to self-isolate while contact tracing takes place.”.

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In the US an Arizona public school district was forced to cancel its strategies to reopen on Monday after more than 100 instructors and other team member contacted sick.
” We have gotten a frustrating action from personnel suggesting that they do not feel safe returning to classrooms with trainees,” Gregory Wyman, district superintendent, stated in a declaration on Friday.
Now some activists in Arizona, which saw a prominent instructors strike in 2018, said they hope teachers throughout America will embrace a comparable strategy to keep teachers safe, as some moms and dads and politicians continue to promote schools in the US to resume throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
” I d love to see a nationwide sickout,” Kelley Fisher, an Arizona kindergarten teacher who has led protests in the state, informed Reuters on Friday.

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A Victoria law enforcement officer fired his gun today in Melbourne during an effort to stop a chauffeur breaching curfew.
Police said the 64-year-old guy pulled into a service station bay at Altona Meadows around 1.40 am. The statement stated the guy neglected a direction to turn off his cars and truck, and drove towards authorities.
” An approaching police officer needed to take evasive action and released his gun,” it said.
The automobile was pursued for a brief time before the guy was arrested.
The guy was not injured, cops stated.
He is currently under authorities guard in hospital due to a medical condition.

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Have you attempted to embrace an iso-pet? Youre not alone.
Dog shelters across Australia have actually been cleared after a big surge in demand for a saved companion during the Covid-19 pandemic, requiring some desperate prospective pet dog owners to wait months.
Matilda Bosely and Calla Wahlquist report that animals are leaving the shelter in half the time this year; the average stay in the RSPCA Victorias adoption shelters is down to less than 4 days.
” Waiting for pets to be embraced can frequently be the most significant bottleneck in the system,” said Tegan McPherson, head of operations at RSPCA Victoria. “At the moment thats definitely not proving to be the case.”.

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The United States and South Korea will begin a scaled-back yearly joint military exercises today, Seouls Joint Chiefs of Staff said Sunday. A spreading coronavirus outbreak has actually obviously required the allies to scale back a currently subtle training program generally including computer-simulated war situations.
The 2 armed forces had actually canceled their spring drills following a Covid-19 break out in the southern city of Daegu and nearby towns that was stabilised by April. South Korea is now dealing with a virus renewal in the densely inhabited Seoul city area, house to half of the nations 51 million individuals.
There have actually been around 150 infections amongst United States soldiers stationed in South Korea because February, which triggered Gyeonggi Province near Seoul last month to honestly call for the cancellation of the August drills.
The 10-day drills from Tuesday could still irritate North Korea, which represents the allies training as intrusion practice sessions and has threatened to abandon stalled nuclear talks if Washington persists with what it perceives as hostile policies towards Pyongyang. The North responded to last years summertime drills by increase its short-range rocket tests and unleashing spoken vitriol toward South Korea, which had actually lobbied hard to revive nuclear talks in between Washington and Pyongyang.

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From AAP: Four guys were fined after attempting to dodge border constraints by cruising a houseboat from NSW to Cairns.
The 4 were intercepted aboard the 14-metre catamaran in Gold Coast waters on Friday after leaving Coffs Harbour on Wednesday.
They were presumably attempting to make the more than 2000km journey to return to their houses and are currently undergoing hotel quarantine at their own cost.

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Because of the Auckland break out, New Zealands deputy prime minister Winston Peters has actually sided with the opposition to ask Jacinda Ardern to postpone the countrys election.
Ardern is due to announce her decision at 10am tomorrow on whether she will delay the election scheduled for 19 September.
On Sunday afternoon, Peters revealed he composed to Ardern on Friday, saying he held “genuine concerns about the state of preparedness of the Electoral Commission”.
” Our health action must precede and politics second. That remains our consider as the case numbers rise each day,” Peters said.
He also said that a 19 September election would provide candidates only about 6 days to campaign, and there was no capability to carry out a fair and free election on the short timeline.
” New Zealand First thinks we run the risk of weakening the legitimacy of the election outcome, developing an awful precedent which might be abused by the Prime Ministers successors.”.
Together, the opposition National celebration and Ms Arderns coalition partners New Zealand First, amounts to a parliamentary bulk, which could force Ms Arderns hand.

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AAP: The AFL has actually apologised to Western Australias premier after Sydney player Elijah Taylor was prohibited for the rest of the season for breaching the states quarantine rules.
Taylors partner went into the Swans Covid-19 hub accommodation in Perth when she was not authorised to do so.
The Swans have actually been fined $50,000 for the breach, with $25,000 suspended and $25,000 consisted of in their 2021 soft cap.
WA Police are continuing to investigate the breach and Premier Mark McGowan says both Taylor and his partner could deal with charges.
” its really disappointing,” he said on Sunday.
” The AFL gave us every guarantee this would not take place. The Swans have let us down, the AFL has let us down. Were dissatisfied in both organisations.
” I received an apology from the AFL today. I value that however … they assured us this wouldnt take place and they let us down.”.

A crowd attendance of 6,464 is displayed during round 12 AFL match in between the Sydney Swans and the GWS Giants at Optus Stadium, Perth, Thursday, August 13, 2020. Photo: Richard Wainwright/AAP.
WA Police have actually notified Sydney that 19-year-old Taylor can continue his quarantine with the group, while his partner will likewise be required to quarantine for 14 days.
Both the AFL and the Swans have said there are no reasons for the breach.
Mr McGowan said he stayed open up to the state hosting the grand last if groups abided by quarantine requirements.
But he said he had no intent of WA bidding to host the display occasion, which is significantly likely to be played in Brisbane.

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This is exactly the kind of outbreak we were stressed over, and in fact its exactly what occurred,” stated Professor Shaun Hendy, who works modelling the development of the illness for the federal government.
For a while we were hoping it was a drill.”.

All but one of New Zealands 13 new cases reported in the last 24 hours were from community transmission and appeared to be connected to a cluster in Auckland where the most current break out started, stated Ashley Bloomfield, the New Zealand director general of Health, today. The 13th was a tourist who returned from abroad and remained in managed quarantine.
New Zealand is fighting its 2nd outbreak of infections and a lockdown remains in location over Auckland. Eleanor Ainge-Roy has composed this feature on Aucklands lockdown after 102 days of the nation being Covid-free.

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Australian health minister Greg Hunt believes Victoria is seeing the early indications of flattening the curve.
Hunt stated on the very best medical guidance he had actually gotten, Victoria is on a course to progressive decrease.
” There is a long method to go. There will be great days, there will be bad days. There will be days when the numbers are up and days when the numbers are down,” he told Sky News Sunday Agenda program.
” But the indications now are that the trend is of progressive reduction.”.
He stated the most important thing now is contact tracing to make certain each new case in Victoria is followed up.
But Australian Medical Association president Omar Khorshid believes there are simply too many individuals with the infection for contact tracers to maintain.
” Once you get hundreds and numerous cases a day, youve then got to discover 10 to 20 to 50 to 100 people per case,” Khorshid told the Nine Networks Weekend Today program.
” Its simply impossible for contact tracers, and its why its so essential that the general lockdowns remain in place.”.

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South Korea on Sunday reported 279 cases of the brand-new coronavirus, the most cases considering that early March, the Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (KCDC) said.
Out those, 267 were in your area sent cases, mainly in Seoul and surrounding locations.
The new cases bring the nations tally to 15,318 infections, and 305 deaths, as of Saturday midnight.

Australia has taped 17 brand-new deaths and 284 brand-new cases. 16 deaths and 279 cases were in Victoria.” Weve simply had most likely 2 months with extremely little evidence of the infection,” stated Young, who likewise sits on the UK federal governments Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies. There will be good days, there will be bad days. There will be days when the numbers are up and days when the numbers are down,” he informed Sky News Sunday Agenda program.

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