Tasmania to open borders to COVID hotspots on December 15

All vaccinated interstate and international arrivals will be able to enter Tasmania without being quarantined from December 15, as long as they have a negative COVID-19 test, the state government has announced. Most important points: Tasmania will open its border to all vaccinated travelers from December 15 without the need for quarantine Interstate and international … Read more

COVID case in Queensland linked to freight transport and driver service

A COVID-19 patient who has caused a health scare on Queensland’s Gold Coast after returning from Victoria and being contagious in the community for more than a week was linked to a Victorian truck company and a driver service in Queensland. Most important points: How the man was able to travel from Victoria to Queensland … Read more

Queensland COVID case linked to trucking and chauffeur service business

A COVID-19 patient who has sparked a health scare on Queensland’s Gold Coast after returning from Victoria and has been contagious in the community for more than a week had connections to a trucking company in Victoria and a chauffeur service in Queensland. the main points: An investigation is underway into how the man was … Read more

Piqué leads Barcelona to valuable victory and keeps hope in Champions League – France 24 / FRANCE 24 Arabic

Pique leads Barcelona to precious victory and keeps hope in Champions LeagueFrance 24 / FRANCE 24 ArabicSee full coverage of the news on Google News .

Victoria prepares to scrap COVID-19 quarantine requirements for fully vaccinated international travelers

Victoria is set to scrap COVID-19 quarantine requirements for international arrivals from next month, bringing it in line with NSW. It is understood that incoming travelers will need to be fully vaccinated and test negative for coronavirus. This means that people arriving in Victoria will not have to be quarantined at home or in a … Read more

Barcelona faces inevitability of beating Dynamo Kyiv to avoid Champions League exit – France 24 / FRANCE 24 Arab

Barcelona faces inevitability of beating Dynamo Kyiv to avoid Champions League exitFrance 24 / FRANCE 24 Arabic Koeman: Tomorrow’s game is more important than El Clasico… and we are fighting for the Champions Leaguekooora When to watch a live broadcast of Barcelona’s match against Dynamo Kyiv in the Champions LeagueAl Masry Al Youm – Al … Read more

Unvaccinated health care workers in Tasmania warned of ‘termination’ as deadline for COVID dose approaches

Hundreds of unvaccinated Tasmanian healthcare workers have been warned that they will be fired from work starting next month in order to protect patients and the rest of the workforce from the coronavirus. the main points: It is estimated that about 87 percent of health care workers in Tasmania have been vaccinated against COVID-19. As … Read more

Tasmania achieves 70% double dose of COVID vaccination

Prime Minister Peter Gutwein says 70 percent of Tasmanians over 16 have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as of today. It marks a milestone on the same day that Federal Health Secretary Greg Hunt said: the national double dose vaccination rate had reached 70 percent. Mr Gutwein told a news conference that about 85 percent … Read more

Travel allowed from New Zealand’s South Island without coronavirus quarantine

Travelers from New Zealand’s South Island will be able to reach Australia without spending two weeks in quarantine from Wednesday. the main points: Travel without quarantine will resume for people heading to Australia from New Zealand’s South Island from Wednesday Australians traveling to New Zealand will still be required to self-quarantine at a hotel for … Read more

Australian families make exciting genealogy discoveries in the age of COVID

Peter McKenna has been researching his family’s background for nearly a decade and decided in 2014 to start on his wife Julie’s side of the family. Recently, he made a timely discovery. Last month, McKenna discovered a bundle of postcards, one of which in particular piqued his interest. Written in 1913 by the man named … Read more