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Infectious disease experts say the Victorian government shouldn't use alarming language to describe the variant of kappa responsible for the state's current Covid outbreak after officials claimed it would move "faster" and by "fleeting" or spread "low contact" between strangers.Acting Victorian Prime Minister James Merlino said Tuesday that "at least one in 10 current cases has this virus caught...
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As a group, however, the interviewed experts were unable to vaccinate children. Many cited the risk of long-term physical and neurological effects from Covid-19, which are still unknown in children. And they were concerned about new variants of the virus that could become more dangerous for children."We're still learning about the long-term effects of Covid-19 in asymptomatic...
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Australia's international travel ban is based on politics, not science, according to health experts, who say there are a number of countries Australia could safely resume travel this year.On Sunday, Treasurer Josh Frydenberg told SBS News that the budget expectation is that international travel will begin in 2022. More details are expected when the budget is released on...
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A better approach would be to have a trustworthy person address the root cause of hesitation - fear, suspicion, misunderstanding, easy access, or a desire for more information, said Mary Politi, an expert on health decisions and communication at Washington University in St. Louis.People often need to see others in their social circle accept something before they're ready to...
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The country is a study of contrasts. New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, and other northeastern states continue to report high levels of cases, and Illinois, Minnesota, and several other Midwestern states have seen worrying upward movements. In large parts of the south and west, however, the number of cases remains relatively low.California reports continued declines of about...
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