Pause for emloyers in paying rent Adelaide
Pause for emloyers in paying rent
Coronavirus has become the reasons for many crises not only in Australia but around the whole world. As employers face serious difficulties, a lot of large companies in Europe have stopped demanding paying rent to support smaller companies and enterprises. It has also reached South Australia. Some companies in Adelaide decided to support employers this way. Adelaide Commercial informed that small business tenants are free from paying rent for several months and encouraged other companies to do so as well.
Meanwhile, people in the state are stopping attending any establishments because of coronavirus pandemic. Today number of the infected has reached 100 in South Australia.
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Closure of South Australian borders
The Prime Minister of South Australia has announced quarantine in the state today. It will last for two weeks so far. The main point of the quarantine is closure of borders with other states. Police will control and check streets of cities and will be allowed to do selective checks and interviews. Fines are also possible, when people do not keep to the rules. The Premier asks to cancel all the planned trips around the state. He says that health of every South Australian is the government's first priority and people have to stay at home to prevent spreading of the virus. However, school and colleges are still opened and holidays will take place when it had been planned earlier.
37 coronavirus infections in SA
Four women and one man more have been announced infected with coronavirus in South Australia today. All of them travelled abroad and have recently returned to Adelaide. They have been hospitalized.
The Prime Minister of the state said that schools, colleges and universities in South Australia must be opened, as countries with working studying establishments have less infection cases and this decision is grounded on facts and the experts' thoughts. He added that parents could not just keep a child in the house and move them from studying process.
Besides, people who illegally cross South Australian border now can be fined more than 20 000 dollars.
Supply of goods in SA's stores
The Prime Minister in South Australia has announced that all the stores in the state have enough goods for the residents. However, people in cities are stocking up as if the end of the world was coming. The owners of Adelaide's stores say that quantity of goods is enough, but people buy more than enough, so there is a lack. Moreover, some people steal things in crowds. The Prime Minister of Australia advised not to behave that wave, calling it "un-Australian".
Providers say they have never faced such a demand. They say it is like to serve 50 million people instead of 24 million in South Australia. The providers add that, if people something necessary, everything would be enough now.
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The University of Adelaide continues studying
Coronavirus outbreak in South Australia has become a reason for closure of most schools, colleges and universities. They are using online learning now. However, yesterday the announcement about usual schedule appeared at the official site of the University of Adelaide. Though all the mass meetings are cancelled, usual lectures and classes are taking place. There was also a warning at the site for those, who returned from abroad to be isolated for 14 days. So, the students had to choose between their health and their marks. The director said that they were following the government's advice and were ready for any possible changes.
Restaurants in SA ask for help
People in South Australia visit restaurant more rarely. Everything because of coronavirus panic in the state. Now residents prefer cooking and eating at home to eating out. However, owners of the cafes in Adelaide ask people to visit them to maintain their economy. They inform that visiting restaurants has reduced twice in the state since the beginning of the pandemic. Moreover, most cafes now use heightened rules of hygiene and do not take cash or checks. It makes them quite safe.
Lots of restaurants in Adelaide provide people with takeaway food without physical contact. You just came up to the window and take your food. You also can find sales everywhere now up to 50%.
Two more coronavirus cases in SA
The government has announced that six more special clinics for the infected with coronavirus will be opened outside Adelaide. One of them has already opened and it is situated in Adelaide Hills.
It has also become known about two more cases of infection. These are two men, one flew from Germany, and another one - from the US. They communicated a lot and have been hospitalized. The number of the infected in South Australia is 32 now. Four among them are isolated at home. And more than 600 people every day undergo a coronavirus test.
Police has also stopped using alcohol and drug tests, because of the risk to be infected.
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Libraries closed in Brisbane; online services introduced.
Australia has witnessed several closures and shut down this week. Recently, 33 libraries of Brisbane has been closed to reduce the number of transmitted cases of coronavirus. Online library services have been launched in the city as no library will re-open from Monday until the next announcement. Online resources have been provided to the readers with a spike of items from 20 to 60.
Mayor Adrian Schrinner said that public places have started to shut down in Sydney, Melbourne, and Adelaide. The libraries will be closed for the readers, but librarians will work as usual. The online library of Brisbane will offer over 150,000 eBooks, eAudiobooks, and magazines from Monday with 24/7 availability. It will also provide music and video streaming services to the citizens. The council website will open the digital library for the reader on Monday with the application link.
Coronavirus condition in Brisbane, Queensland.
The number of confirmed cases of coronavirus in Queensland is increasing rapidly as 37 new cases were reported on Saturday, making a total of 221 in the state. Queensland ranks the third state with a large number of coronavirus cases after New South Wales and Victoria. The outbreak has created a threat among people with 50 cases on Thursday and 40 cases on Friday.
The first case of coronavirus was reported on January 30, who is a 44-year-old Chinese man. The government is working to create awareness among people through social distancing and announcing the precautions and symptoms of COVID-19. Coronavirus has flu-like symptoms, which include high temperature, cough, difficulty in breathing, and shortness of breath. There has been a total of 306,674 cases reported globally, with 13,036 deaths. Fortunately, 92,362 recovered from coronavirus worldwide.
Shutdown apprehension in Sydney and Melbourne.
The famous cities of Australia, Sydney, and Melbourne, is to lockdown amidst the coronavirus outbreak in the country. On Saturday, the Council of the Sydney city announced the closure of the beaches to maintain social distancing. State governments of Sydney, Melbourne, and Canberra has announced to close the restaurants and pubs in the cities. Prime Minister Scott Morrison said that Australian cities need to shut down to control the COVID-19 spread in the country.
New South Wales has been reported with 533 confirmed cases, while Victoria is with 296 and Queensland with 259 cases. The government is preparing to impose new lawsuits and business closures except for essential places like supermarkets, pharmacies, petrol stations, and home delivery services. Currently, seven people have died from coronavirus outburst in Australia.
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В Ростова наблюдается некий дефицит медицинских масок.
Ростовское коммерческое управление провели инспекция 18 городских заводов, которым необходимо изготовить медицинские маски. На момент проверки в рабочем состоянии находилось только одно предприятие. Об этом сообщила ростовская пресс-служба.
Константин Тихонов, глава торгового сектора, заявил, что до восьми компаний не могут быть переданы, а еще девять остановят производство. На данным момент мощности одного рабочего завода составляют одна тысяча мед. масок в день. Естественно он не в состоянии удовлетворить повышенный спрос всех жителей Ростова. Стоит отметить, что цена за маску составляет 30 рублей.
«Стоит отметить, что в ближайшее время производство сможет выпускать три тысячи масок в день однако в случае с Ростовом это так мало, что ростовчан, которые боятся коронавируса, просят сделать свои собственные маски», - сказал Константин Тихонов.
Wir brauchen keine Polizisten, die kontrollieren, ob wir uns die Hände waschen
Viele der während der Kronenkrise ergriffenen Maßnahmen werden weiterhin Konsequenzen haben, wenn die Pandemie eingedämmt wird. Daher müssen alle Beteiligten einen Sinn für Proportionen zeigen. Es wird erwartet, dass die Bevölkerung vernünftig handelt. Für viele Bürger ist dies jedoch eine neue Erfahrung beim Schutz vor einem unsichtbaren Feind.
Es gibt keinen Grund zur Panik: Alle Ergebnisse zeigen, dass die Krankheit in den meisten Fällen sehr mild ist. Ärzte sagen, dass bei der überwiegenden Mehrheit der Patienten nur leichte Symptome beobachtet werden - daher ist eine Koronarinfektion kein Grund, sich nachts vor dieser Infektion zu fürchten.
Das Bedürfnis nach Selbstisolation entstand, weil das deutsche
Gesundheitssystem im Falle einer Pandemie ernsthafte Probleme hatte. Menschen mussten durch radikale Maßnahmen einem Hausarrest ausgesetzt werden, da sich das Virus so schnell verbreitet, dass ältere Menschen und Menschen mit bereits bestehenden Erkrankungen gefährdet sind.
Die vorübergehende Beendigung des öffentlichen Lebens, wie wir sie heute erleben, kann nur eine absolute Ausnahme sein: Der wirtschaftliche Schaden ist enorm, die Folgen werden für viele Menschen über viele Jahre hinweg spürbar sein.
Nüchterne Planung statt Panikreaktionen
Die Ärzte sind sich weitgehend einig, dass eine vollständige Ausgangssperre eine sehr problematische Entscheidung sein wird: Wenn Sie mehrere Wochen lang Millionen von Menschen in ihren Häusern einsperren, werden sie mit Sicherheit nicht gesünder. Diese Maßnahme kann sogar den gegenteiligen Effekt haben: Ältere Familienmitglieder werden dann mit der ganzen Familie eingesperrt, was das Infektionsrisiko erhöht.
Das von der Bevölkerung erwartete Gefühl der Verhältnismäßigkeit gilt auch für die Regierung. Wir brauchen keine Polizisten, um zu überprüfen, ob wir uns die Hände waschen. Politisch Verantwortliche sollten nüchtern und ohne Panikreaktionen planen. Dann wird die Bevölkerung ihnen gehorchen - freiwillig und mit ständigem Erfolg.