Two Australian states introduce measures to ensure school safety

As schools reopen next week, Australia’s two most populous states, New South Wales (NSW) and Victoria, said they would test students for COVID-19 twice a week to reduce the risk of infection. reduce the risk of infection at school. New South Wales (NSW) and Victoria will screen students for COVID-19 twice a week. Photo: AP … Read more

Medvedev and Tsitsipas enter fourth round of Australian Open

AustraliaThe two seeds Daniil Medvedev and Stefanos Tsitsipas both won over underrated opponents in the third round of the Australian Open on the afternoon of January 22. Medvedev beat unseeded Botic van de Zandschulp 6-4, 6-4, 6-2. Medvedev’s win this time is easier than his US Open quarter-final victory four months ago. The second seed … Read more

Australia announced the list of matches against Vietnam

The list of the Australian team preparing for the match against Vietnam announced by coach Graham Arnold on January 21 has a combination of experience and youth. According to the list posted on Twitter of the Australian team, familiar players such as Mathew Ryan, Mathew Leckie, Trent Sainsbury, Aaron Mooy, Tom Rogic and Aziz Behich … Read more

Australia relaxes testing requirements for people entering from abroad

From January 23, people from overseas can enter Australia only need to have a negative rapid antigen test (RAT) result for COVID-19 within 24 hours of departure, instead of having to have a PCR test results. Passengers wear masks to prevent the spread of COVID-19 at the airport in Sydney, Australia, December 1, 2021. Photo: … Read more

Detecting nCoV case, air transport canceled the relief trip to Tonga

The Australian air transport had to suspend the mission of transporting Tonga relief goods and return to base after detecting a nCoV case in a crew member. An Australian defense official said a motor transport departing from Brisbane to Tonga yesterday afternoon had to turn around in the air, after being notified of a nCoV … Read more

Medvedev: ‘Some Australian Open spectators have low IQs’

AustraliaDaniil Medvedev thinks the Australian audience is impolite, when making a lot of noise during his match with Nick Kyrgios on January 20. Medvedev defeated Kyrgios in four sets, winning the right to the third round of the Australian Open. But, the Russian tennis player experienced a difficult match, subject to much boos from the … Read more

How do countries operate hotlines on child abuse?

Reporting suspected cases of child abuse early is considered the first step to prevent possible danger to victims. Around the world, many countries have effectively operated hotlines to denounce child abuse. Illustration. Source: RT Brother British police emphasized that if people suspect a case of child abuse, even if they are not 100% sure, they … Read more

Australia licensed to use Novavax’s vaccine (USA)

On January 20, Australian Health Minister Greg Hunt announced that a COVID-19 vaccine developed by the US company Novavax has been approved for use in this country. Vaccine against COVID-19 of Novavax company (USA). Photo: AFP/VNA According to the Vietnam News Agency correspondent in Sydney, Therapeutic Goods Administration Australia (TGA) Director, Professor John Skerritt said … Read more