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Western Australia’s Perth and Peel regions will emerge from a three-day lockdown from Tuesday, but interim restrictions will remain.
More than a hundred Qantas passengers are still awaiting coronavirus test results, after flying to Melbourne with an infected traveler five days ago.
The Minister of Health has defended Australia’s quarantine arrangements in response to calls for it to be reviewed.
The federal government will extend its Medicare-subsidized telehealth service, allowing people to access doctors remotely, through the end of the year.
Indian authorities have extended the lockdown in the capital New Delhi for another week following the devastating new wave of infections.
Australia’s billions in fossil fuel subsidies are in the spotlight in a new report as the United States pressures other countries to stop giving money to the sector.
Australian cricketers Adam Zampa, Andrew Tye and Kane Richardson have quit the Indian Premier League as the country faces a record rise in COVID-19 cases.
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