Pantry List in Melbourne, is an organization who is continuously working towards educating people about natural disasters and how to protect ourselves from such circumstances.
Preparing for an Emergency. 7news.com. Beverage company Moon Dog Brewing is giving away free 4-packs of Jean-Strawb Van Damme to anyone who shows them their #MagnificentMullets.
Getty Images Further, the best mullet will receive a year's supply of beer as well as a prize pack from Beef's Barbers. The steps are simple: take a photo or video of the before and after job, share it to Instagram and tag @moondogbrewing and @beefsbarbers. There are good intentions behind Beef Barber getting involved. "Mullets are certainly back on trend, with thanks to a charity that we work closely with 'Mullets for the Kids' raising much needed money for The Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne," says Beef Barber owner Shaun Ash.
"Right now, is a perfect time for people to experiment with their hair as people aren't getting out and about but we'll be here to fix the iso-mullet-fuckups on the other side. " Time to pull out the clippers. Coronavirus cases in Victoria rise by seven as Chief Health Officer flags total elimination of virus in Australia. Updated about 8 hours agoTue 21 Apr 2020, 5:57am Victorian Chief Health Officer Brett Sutton says eliminating coronavirus across Australia is possible if testing is ramped up to include everyone, regardless of symptoms.
Key points: Professor Sutton said eliminating the virus would mean expanding testing to work out if there was asymptomatic transmission of the virusHe said Victoria could see cases drop to zero in the next few monthsBut he warned there were settings such as aged care facilities that would remain vulnerable to local outbreaks Professor Sutton told ABC Radio Melbourne seven more cases of coronavirus were confirmed overnight in the state, and that low numbers of new infections across the nation indicated Australia was on its way to zero cases. "We've gone earlier [in taking action] than most countries with comparable rates anywhere in the world and I think that's why we're in the position we're in," he said. To avoid a return to pre-coronavirus traffic congestion, experts want to talk about change right now.
Updated Sun at 1:13amSun 19 Apr 2020, 1:13am It's only been a few weeks since the roads, trains, and trams of Australia's major cities were jammed with commuters.
Key points: Transport experts say more people are likely to drive after the crisis due to lingering worries about coronavirusInfrastructure specialists say city congestion charges and road user pricing would help reduce gridlockAustralian officials are looking at how places like Singapore are managing public transport during the pandemic But like every part of pre-coronavirus life, it seems like a distant memory. Everyone wants life to return to normal. But experts say going back to the "normal" gridlock on Melbourne's transport network is not only unappealing — it's unnecessary. "We'll end up going back to the same congestion as we had before, unless we change our behaviour," said Jonathan Spear from Infrastructure Victoria. "We can make a really significant improvement in the transport network. " COVID-19 could be time for a re-think. Coronavirus in Australia: This is how many cases of COVID-19 are in your state.
Australia is tracking well.
The experts have said it and the numbers reflect it. Over the weekend, only 80 new cases of coronavirus were recorded across the country. In total, there are now 6,606 cases of COVID-19 in Australia. “The rate of increase in new cases has been below one per cent for seven consecutive days now,” Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt said over the weekend, congratulating Australians for the achievement. “What it means is we now have a sustained and genuine flattening of the curve.” New South Wales has a total of 2,963 cases, after six new cases were confirmed on Monday. Victoria recorded just one more case, pushing the total to 1,329, while Queensland has 1,019. No new cases of COVID-19 were recorded in Queensland on Monday. South Australia and the ACT both recorded no new cases over the weekend, with their respective totals at 435 and 103.
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