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Coronavirus LIVE: Mum of UK baby feared to be infected worried son will die – The Sun

Mum of Brit baby feared to be infected worried she’ll lose son Public Health England warn more UK cases ‘highly likely’ 1,489 DEAD and 64,000 CASES globally

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Qld to social distance until vaccine found – Australian Associated Press

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Queenslanders will continue to live a somewhat restricted life until there is a vaccine for COVID-19, the premier says. 

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Queenslanders will continue to live some form of a restricted life until there is a vaccine for COVID-19. 

Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk says industries would not simply bounce back to the way they operated before the global health crisis. 

“It’s never going to be exactly the same, so we are in this…



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SA set to take more Aussies from overseas – Australian Associated Press

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Interstate premiers are divided on accepting international flights diverted from Victoria, with SA’s Steven Marshall saying the rest of Australia will “take the strain”.

But NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian says her state is not keen to take additional international flights redirected from virus-hit Melbourne and that they should instead go to other capital cities such as Adelaide or Perth.

Queensland has indicated it will also take international flights…



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Tight enforcement for Vic virus lockdown – Australian Associated Press

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Residents in Victoria’s coronavirus hot spots have been told to abide by travel restrictions even if they leave their suburbs ahead of tighter lockdowns.

On the day before more than 30 suburbs head into localised lockdowns, Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews on Wednesday urged residents to stay home to avoid fines.

Conceding the targeted lockdown raised many questions, Mr Andrews urged Victorians from hot spots to stay put, even if they left the suburbs for…



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