Australia Coronavirus (COVID-19) Live Stats

Total Confirmed Cases:
6991 (-)

Total Deaths:
98 (-)

Total Recovered:
6301 (-)

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Trending Coronavirus News in Australia

We are now planning for international travel to restart at the end of October this year," Qantas CEO Alan Joyce predicted during an earnings call.
USA Today2/25/2021
Senate passes media bargaining code legislation after 11th-hour amendments; Queensland removes New Zealand’s Covid status as safe country; South Australia and NSW ease restrictions. This blog is now c
The Guardian2/24/2021
But now that coronavirus vaccinations are underway worldwide, some health experts are signaling that a zero-tolerance approach will probably need to change if the country wants to restart travel. Two public health experts from Australia’s University of Melbourne penned an op-ed this week suggesting that the country’s coronavirus strategy,
Washington Post2/23/2021
Devon Conway's unbeaten 99 off 59 balls helped New Zealand thrash Australia by 53 runs in the opening Twenty20. Playing only his sixth T20 international, left-handed Conway helped the hosts recover from 19-3 to post 184-5 in Christchurch.
Fans at the Australia Open were criticized on Sunday after they appeared to boo the mention of a coronavirus vaccine rollout during the men's final trophy presentation.
Fox News2/21/2021
PM Scott Morrison one of the first to be vaccinated; Ireland’s pubs to stay closed until summer; all UK adults to be offered vaccine by ‘end July’. Follow latest updates
The Guardian2/20/2021
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison received the first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine on Sunday, calling the start of the nation's vaccination programme a "massive step" that will enable it to return to normal.
The Latest on the Australian Open tennis tournament (all times local): Naomi Osaka has won her fourth Grand Slam title by pulling away to beat Jennifer Brady 6-4, 6-3 in the Australian Open final. Osaka used a six-game run from 4-all in the opening set Saturday to take control and improve to 4-0 in major finals.
BioNTech's COVID-19 vaccine on Saturday, while Australia finalised plans to begin inoculations on Monday, a new phase in tackling the virus that both countries have kept largely contained.
The Australian Open is projecting it will incur a $78 million loss by the time the tournament ends, tournament director Craig Tilley said (h/t Jake Michaels of
Bleacher Report2/18/2021

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