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Gold Coast City Talks. Coronavirus Australia live news: Scott Morrison enlists ADF to ensure travellers from overseas self-isolate. Look, we get it, Angela.
With all the new social distancing measures, there's only so much Netflix you can watch without the chill. The best question to ask yourself: do you live with your intended sexual partner? If so, you can have sex. (If they're up for it too, of course). If you or your partner is in one of the groups more vulnerable to severe cases of COVID-19, you may want to reconsider, especially if one of you is in self-isolation (because you've recently arrived from overseas or interstate, or have been directed to self-isolate for some other reason).
You can't visit a brothel or a sex on premises venue, though — they're closed. And I can't believe that's the last question I'm going to answer before I clock off for the evening. Look, we get it, Angela. The best question to ask yourself: do you live with your intended sexual partner? You can't visit a brothel or a sex on premises venue, though — they're closed. Look, we get it, Angela. What could a stage three coronavirus lockdown look like for Australia? Jessie Davies Updated about an hour agoFri 27 Mar 2020, 10:31am Australians could face a stage three shutdown if the coronavirus pandemic gets worse.
Key points: Public health expert says stage three shutdown would send a clear messageIf Australia follows the UK's lead, retail shops could soon closeInternational examples show newsagents, vets and hardware shops are essential businesses This week Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced stage two of the government's scalable shutdown measures to curb social gatherings. Australia's coronavirus hotspots revealed: map shows affluent Sydney suburbs hard hit. New data has revealed the coronavirus hotspots on Australia’s east coast, showing a number of locations where community transmission of Covid-19 is increasing.
Figures released this week by the Victorian and NSW health departments map confirmed Covid-19 cases by local government area, giving the most detailed picture yet of where the coronavirus has spread. New South Wales NSW has 1,405 confirmed cases, with seven deaths, making it the hardest hit state. Sydney’s eastern and northern suburbs are hotspots. Waverley, in Sydney’s eastern suburbs, is the council area with the highest number of cases at 105. This week, the council was forced to shut down Bondi Beach after thousands of people went to the beach despite social distancing recommendations.
Nearby Woollahra has 66 cases and Sydney City 69. There are several areas in Sydney’s northern suburbs with high numbers: 68 cases in the northern beaches and 33 in Ryde. To the south-west, Canterbury Bankstown has 44 cases. Victoria Queensland. 'I’ve never seen it like this': why vegetables are so expensive in Australia at the moment. $11.50 for a kilogram of broccoli. $8 a bunch for fresh celery.
The price of some vegetables in Australia has gone up considerably recently. These price increases have led many people to take to social media, accusing major supermarkets and independent retailers of profiteering and price gouging at a time of crisis. However, Shaun Lindhe, the communications manager for peak vegetable growers body AusVeg, suggests that the price increases have more to do with another story, one that has fallen from the headlines in recent weeks: the ongoing, devastating droughts and bushfires that ravaged Australia over the summer. “There’s been a reduced supply as a result of drought,” Lindhe says.
“There’s also seasonal fluctuations in supply, as production regions transition.” The reduced supply has coincided with panicked shoppers clearing shelves, driving prices even higher. “It is across the board, but especially broccoli, celery and cauliflower,” Broadbent tells Guardian Australia. Coronavirus Australia latest: at a glance. All overseas arrivals will be quarantined in hotels for 14 days Scott Morrison announced that from 11.59pm on Saturday, states and territories will quarantine all arrivals in hotels and other accommodation for mandatory 14-day isolation before they return to their homes.
Australians coming back from overseas will be asked to sign an isolation declaration card, which will be strictly enforced. Defence force personnel will support state enforcement efforts in terms of people already in home isolation. That means some returning travellers may have to self-isolate for 28 days. If they live in one of the five states and territories in Australia that has introduced state-based border controls, and requires a 14-day self-isolation period for domestic travellers, they will have to self isolate again for another 14-days upon arrival in their home state.
Businesses are set for a possible six-month ‘hibernation’ “There are businesses which will have to close their doors,” he said.