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Coronavirus Update: Why Australia Still Accepting International Travelers

The majority of coronavirus cases recorded in Australia have come from overseas and the majority of those cases came from either Europe or cruise ships.

The spokeswoman from the Department of Health said, “Due to international travel restrictions, those individuals arriving in Australia are generally arriving via charter or repatriation flights.” But most of the people entering Australia are coming home.

Chief Medical Officer Brendan Murphy said Everybody in hotel quarantine will be tested near the start and end of their stay in quarantine, with those who do not comply in Victoria facing an extra 10 days in quarantine.

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Alison McMillan Warned “This Coronavirus Pandemic is Not Over Yet”

Australia’s chief nursing and midwifery officer Alison McMillan warned “this pandemic is not over” as the country recorded 85 new cases in the past 24 hours.

She described what a “second wave” of the deadly coronavirus would look like and warned that although younger people might suffer milder symptoms, they were absolutely at risk of infection and could spread the virus to more vulnerable Australians if they were not careful.

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Australia Posts Biggest One-Day Rise In Coronavirus Cases In Two Months

Daily growth figures have stoked fears of a second wave of Coronavirus in Australia after several weeks of fewer than 20 new cases a day.

Australia’s economy, which is heading into its first recession in three decades as the unemployment rate hits a 19-year high of 7.1%.

Prime Minister “Scott Morrison” has called on states to continue easing restrictions, insisting the country’s economy can not remain idle.

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Chinese Researchers Gets Approval To Begin Human Testing For Potential Coronavirus Vaccine

Anhui Zhifei Longcom Biopharmaceutical and the Institute of Microbiology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences get approval to begin human testing for potential coronavirus vaccine from the National Medical Products Administration to launch clinical trials.

Chinese researchers and companies are testing six experimental shots in humans and more than a dozen vaccines are in different stages of clinical trials globally.