Victorian farmers will be able to take their beef herds to Queensland and NSW for processing, Federal Agriculture Minister David Littleproud says.The Victorian red meat sector is facing a 33 per cent reduction in processing capacity because of the restrictions imposed by the state government as it battles a second wave COVID-19 outbreak.Mr Littleproud says processors in NSW and Queensland have the capacity to handle meat from Victoria.
“That will be a burden on the producer in terms of freight …
Exploring how COVID-19 pandemic trajectory might unfold in the future – News-Medical.Net
Researchers who adapted standard epidemiological models to explore how the COVID-19 pandemic trajectory might unfold in the next five years report diverse scena…
Reviewed by Emily Henderson, B.Sc.Sep 22 2020
Researchers who adapted standard epidemiological models to explore how the COVID-19 pandemic trajectory might unfold in the next five years report diverse scenarios ranging from recurring severe epidemics to elimination. Their work emphasizes how dependent the future course of the pandemic is on the nature of the adaptive immune response to this virus and on the efficacy of future potential vaccines. The duration and severity of future COVID-19 case…
10-person limit in Brisbane, Ipswich homes could be ditched by weekend – Brisbane Times
Restrictions will be eased as long as Queensland records no locally acquired COVID-19 cases on Wednesday and Thursday.
Dr Young said on Tuesday the gathering restrictions could also be eased, to groups of up to 30 people, as long as there were no hiccups on Wednesday and Thursday.
“If that continues over the next two days, so we dont have any community-acquired cases, we will be able to remove those remaining restrictions that are in place for Brisbane and Ipswich,” she said.
“Hopefully that will happen on Friday as we go into the weekend and people will again be able to gather in those groups of 30.”
This video shows just how easily COVID-19 could spread when people sing together – Rappler
‘When we sing, we vocalize louder and often hold notes for longer’
No one measure alone will be enough to mitigate the risk. We need multiple measures used together physical distancing, shorter performances, open windows, outdoor venues, softer singing, and risk-based screening to allow safer group singing. The Conversation/Rappler.com
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