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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
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
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
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
Victoria’s Chief Health Officer’s update says most of the cases in the state in the past few months have are the Omicron variant. The Omicron variant spreads more easily than the original virus that causes COVID-19 and the Delta variant. CDC expects that anyone with Omicron infection can spread the virus to others, even if
Some countries are in the midst of a deadly fourth wave of COVID-19 and grappling with fresh outbreaks especially in the European country. In Australia, case numbers and deaths due to COVID-19 have decreased and stabilised since the peak of the Delta outbreak, and vaccine rates continue to climb. Australia border is reopening, it is
With the COVID-19 vaccination rollout in late February, 2021, we have finally achieved up to >50% of Australian population from being fully vaccinate. We sincerely hope that all candidates have already completed their Covid vaccination. Being fully vaccinated against Covid protects you from getting severe disease, yes, but it doesn’t completely protect you from getting Covid.
Many had their exam postponed due to recent surge in Covid-19 cases. However, some still managed to sit for their exam. A big thank you to those who had contributed in providing us with these recalls. Now let us do our part by solving these for you. You may get them from here. Australian Medical
The number of COVID-19 cases has exceeded 180 million worldwide and is still rising. Similar pattern has been seen in Australia as well. More Australians are in lockdown today following one COVID-19 case travelling from Sydney into the Northern Territory. Queensland prepares to strengthen its border as cases continue to climb in New South Wales, Victoria and