Australia reacts to war crimes report; religious people less likely to get vaccine – live news

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Sumary of Australia reacts to war crimes report; religious people less likely to get vaccine – live news:

  • Following the discovery of viral fragments in the wastewater of Benalla and Portland, the Victorian health department has released the following information on what exactly sewage testing is, what it used for..
  • Well, there is no better time to learn than #WorldToiletDay ⤵️Take a loo-k at this info:https://t.co/FnbJV7U9ZU pic.twitter.com/nsw1kImxn8 November 19, 2020 SA Health (@SAHealth) Update at 8.10am – there is currently no line up at the Victoria Park/Pakapakanthi drive-through COVID-19 testing site..
  • November 19, 2020 Just a bit more information on the situation with Victoria hard border closure with South Australia..
  • Victoria has shut the border (the first time they have shut their border to any state during the pandemic) in order to conduct a testing blitz in two regional towns..
  • Victoria deputy chief health officer, Allan Cheng, said the virus fragments could either be from an active infection, or a recovered case who may still be shedding the virus..
  • Under the hard border, only freight drivers and those with medical or emergency reasons, as well as people authorised by law, such as child protection officers, will be able to cross the border..
  • More than 300 police will patrol the Victorian side of the South Australian border, from Mildura down to Portland..
  • The South Australian health minister, Stephen Wade, has appeared on ABC this morning and gave his views on Victoria instituting a hard border with South Australia..
  • Every state and territory has the right and the responsibility to do what they think is necessary to protect the public health of their communities..
  • I know that the Victorian government and the South Australian government are acutely aware of the close interactions between our two border communities and I’m sure that the Victorian government will be sensitive to that and any measures they put in place..
  • I think it is really important to see the differences between the Victorian lockdown and the South Australian six-day community pause..
  • Our chief health officer is unequivocal this is the right strategy, to lock things down early and get ahead of the game….

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