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AMC MCQ Recalls NOVEMBER 2022

Australia’s fourth Covid wave is likely to peak before Christmas as the rate of hospitalisations and infections begin to slow down. Although cases still continues to rise nationwide for the sixth consecutive weeks, it is now at a slower rate. This suggests to reach a plateau in cases by the first week of December and

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AMC MCQ Recalls OCTOBER 2022

An article from a research team has urged that up to 750,000 individuals across Australia might be in danger of exposure to Japanese Encephalitis (JEV) via mathematical modeling. Thus far, in 2022, there are already thirty one confirmed human cases and 6 deaths. JEV is maintained in wild birds and is spread by mosquitoes between these hosts and animals such as pigs, humans and horses. The virus

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AMC MCQ Recalls SEPTEMBER 2022

The National Cabinet met on 31 August 2022 and agreed to reduce isolation periods from seven to five days for the wider community. This change in isolation requirements only applies to people with no symptoms at five days and the seven day isolation period remains for workers in high-risk settings such as the aged care

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AMC MCQ Recalls AUGUST 2022

At the time of writing this article, forty-two cases of monkeypox have now been identified in NSW residents. One case is confirmed to have acquired the infection in NSW, while two other cases acquired their infection within Australia. NSW Health Executive Director of Health Protection Dr Richard Broome said the recently diagnosed case highlights the

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AMC MCQ Recalls JULY 2022

Hospitals across the country are “bursting at the seams” as the number of people being admitted with Covid-19 reaches record levels in several states across Australia. The current wave, driven by the BA.4 and BA.5 Omicron subvariants, has coincided with a “horrendous” hospitalisation rate from influenza. Hospitals in Victoria and Queensland this week confirmed they

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AMC MCQ Recalls JUNE 2022

The identification of monkeypox, a rare smallpox-like illness, in several different countries over the past few weeks has attracted a large amount of attention. On 20th May 2022, the first monkeypox case was reported in Sydney in a man in his 40s who had recently returned from Europe. According to NSW Health, it was a GP

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AMC MCQ Recalls MAY 2022

Australia has fared better than many countries throughout much of the pandemic, but despite high vaccination rates and the availability of antiviral treatments, people are still dying every day and case numbers are rising. Vaccination means few people are becoming significantly unwell, but the virus can still take a toll, and ongoing outbreaks mean health

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AMC MCQ Recalls APRIL 2022

Floods triggered by heavy rainfall continue to affect eastern Australia, particularly south-eastern Queensland and coastal New South Wales (NSW). A number of flood evacuation orders remain in place in New South Wales as heavy rain continues to hit Sydney and surrounds. The Nepean River is sitting at 16.8 metres at Menangle and is expected to reach similar levels to

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AMC MCQ Recalls MARCH 2022

On 24th February 2022, Russia had began an invasion of Ukraine in a major escalation of the Russo-Ukrainian War that began in 2014. It is the largest military attack in Europe since World War II. Till date, thousands of people, civilians including children and soldiers, have been killed. Let us join together for peace for both the countries

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