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What Kind of FaceMask Will Protect You From Coronavirus

Wearing a mask used to be something Australians saw on television or holidays abroad, but now it could save your life or someone else’s.

So, it’s important to get it right and it turns out some of the advice we’ve been given could give us a dangerously false sense of security, especially if you don’t know you’re sick.

So, the question here is which mask will best protect you and which will protect the community from unknowing carriers of COVID-19?

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Coronavirus Update: PM Scott Morrison Speaks To Victorian Premier Over The Second Wave

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has spoken to Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews to discuss necessary support during the state’s second wave of COVID-19.

Scott Morrison says the response to the second wave of Covid-19 infections cannot be shutting the country down to try to eliminate the virus, and he’s moved to reassure people his government will not be withdrawing income support “for those in need”.

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Coronavirus Tax Updates: Federal Government Considering Bringing Tax Cuts

The Federal Government is considering bringing forward planned income tax cuts forward as part of Coronavirus economic response..

Mr Frydenberg said further income support would be made available after the September deadline for JobKeeper and JobSeeker. Major banks had agreed to extend the period under which loans could be deferred by people facing financial hardship due to COVID-19.

Greater Melbourne and Mitchell Shire will go into lockdown for six weeks, to deal with a surge in coronavirus cases in the state.

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NSW Deputy Premier Says, Coronavirus Spike Mean Restrictions At Borders

NSW Deputy Premier John Barilaro says the State Government will discuss “managing” the number of people coming in from Victoria, after a surge in coronavirus cases south of the border.

More than 83 per cent of new cases in Australia over the past week were recorded in Victoria.

Mr Barilaro said the situation in Victoria could lead to restrictions being placed on travel.