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Mia Clark

Hello All! I am Mia Clark, from a beautiful city of Gold Coast, Australia. I am staying in this beautiful city in 2010 with my parents. In my opinion, there is no better place to live then the Gold Coast. So come and explore the attractive places in Gold Coast city. If you want to know more about this city, you can explore my profile.

All About Surfers Paradise. Coronavirus Australia live updates: More restrictions coming ‘sooner rather than later’ A professor of intensive care at the University College in London has warned Australians "you will have blood on your hands" if you fail to self-isolate and spread the disease.

Coronavirus Australia live updates: More restrictions coming ‘sooner rather than later’

Speaking on ABC's 7.30 program, Professor Hugh Montgomery said the "massive rise" in confirmed cases in Australia will be followed "sometimes six to 10 days down the pipeline by the same exponential rise in hospital cases and intensive care cases. We're hitting that about now. " Mr Montgomery said according to the UK's Department of Health, London is set to run out of intensive care beds in two days.

Prof @hugh_montgomery tells @leighsales on @abc730: "If you spread this and you spread it three times without knowing you're even doing it, 10 cycles later you've been responsible potentially for 7000 hospitalised cases and you'll have blood on your hands" #coronavirus— Justin Stevens (@_JustinStevens_) March 26, 2020 "For most people they won't even notice they've got it. "This is droplet spread. Who is deemed an 'essential' worker under Australia's COVID-19 rules? Unlike many Australian workers who are now allowed to work from home during the coronavirus shutdown, pharmacist Lachlan Rose’s daily routine hasn’t changed.

Who is deemed an 'essential' worker under Australia's COVID-19 rules?

He manages Manly Vale Pharmacy in Sydney’s north and told SBS News since the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak in Australia, he has continued to turn up for work and he and his colleagues have been run off their feet. “It's been like nothing I've ever known in my 15 plus years in pharmacy,” he said. “We have worked harder than we've ever worked.”

Pharmacists are considered “essential workers”, a term used by Prime Minister Scott Morrison to describe people who are still required to go to work during the national shutdown. And on Wednesday, pharmacies and supermarkets in NSW were given the green light to trade 24 hours a day, seven days a week for as long as the country needs them to. Who is considered to be an 'essential' worker? "People stacking shelves - that is essential. Supermarket staff are considered essential workers. Supplied. Coronavirus Australia: What stage 3 of lockdown could entail. Book shops, electrical retailers, hairdressers and indoor and outdoor markets could be next on the coronavirus chopping block should Australia follow strict measures implemented by the UK for the next stage of lockdown.

Coronavirus Australia: What stage 3 of lockdown could entail

After Tuesday night’s announcement added at-home social gatherings, auctions and open inspections to the list of banned activities, and the category of “non essential” services extended to beauty therapies, play centres and more, talks have begun into what stage 3 could entail as efforts to “flatten the curve” of COVID-19 cases continue. And if our leaders are taking inspiration from across the pond, we’re looking at yet another drastic change. RELATED: Follow all coronavirus updates RELATED: Shutdown rules still confusing many Australians While hairdressers and barber shopsunder current restrictions will remain open with up to 30 minute appointments, and the one person per 4 square metre rules applied, in the UK, hairdressers have been closed completely.

Queensland border restrictions to stem coronavirus cause traffic chaos near Gold Coast. Updated about 3 hours agoThu 26 Mar 2020, 8:37am Police have abandoned plans to install road blocks through the back streets of Coolangatta following the introduction of Queensland border restrictions that came into force at midnight.

Queensland border restrictions to stem coronavirus cause traffic chaos near Gold Coast

Key points: People living south of the border can get a crossing passPolice warn delays and checks will continue for "quite some time"The Byron Shire Mayor wants southern travel restricted too The restrictions caused traffic gridlock along the southern Gold Coast this morning, but police said motorists were cooperating for the most part. Officers will instead carry out random patrols and licence checks in the area as part of efforts to stop the spread of coronavirus.

A police road block was set up on Griffith Street in Coolangatta but it was unmanned this morning, with police urging all drivers to use the Gold Coast Highway and M1 (Pacific motorway). District Disaster Coordinator Chief Superintendent Mark Wheeler said police will review traffic flows daily. Five-metre albino Burmese python captured at Gold Coast home – video.