Seven new confirmed COVID-19 case in Bri Brisbane
Seven new confirmed COVID-19 case in Brisbane.
A state of panic has been created globally due to the outbreak of novel Coronavirus. Recently, Queensland Health has published the details of seven new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Queensland. Under this list, the popular Hollywood actor Tom Hanks and his wife Rita Wilson are also there. The actor is on quarantine with her wife in the Gold Coast University Hospital. It has been reported that the 63 years old Tom has recently traveled back from the United States.
Among the seven new Coronavirus patients of Brisbane, there are five men and two women. Currently, there are twenty-seven people in Queensland fighting with this deadly disease. The seven new cases of Thursday, March 12 has concerned Queensland more about COVID-19 spread. It has urged people with travel history to get appropriately diagnosed and take the coronavirus test.
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Rugby star Quade Cooper sells Brisbane's house with his girlfriend.
Rugby star Quade Cooper and his girlfriend Laura Dundovic sell their home at Brisbane for $2.2 million. The couple listed their home for selling a year ago. The realestate.com.au confirmed the selling of the property located in the north-east suburb of Bulimba on Wednesday. The house of the Rugby union star is uniquely designed and is among one of the exclusively designed homes of Brisbane.
Cooper's house, popularly known as "modern concrete mansion" was listed for selling in the range of $2.25 million to $2.35 million. An auction for selling the home was also organized in the year 2018, but he failed to get an interested buyer. It is the most awaited property selling of Brisbane. The house with the grey facade and concrete geometric design was renovated in 2017 before it was enlisted for selling. The house gives a coastal ambiance with its location near the Brisbane River.
Two new cases of coronavirus reported in Queensland following a COVID-19 patient visited a nightclub
The outbreak of coronavirus has continued through local community spread as a COVID-19 revelations patient spend four hours in a nightclub on Saturday, March 7. The coronavirus infection of this 22-year-old man was disclosed on Tuesday when he went through the COVID-19 test. After the acknowledgment of the disease of this student of the University of Queensland, two new cases of coronavirus has been reported in the city.
On Wednesday, a man aged 31 and a woman, ages 32, were diagnosed positive with coronavirus, which added two more cases of COVID-19 in the city. Currently, 20 cases of coronavirus have been reported in Queensland. The UQ student has recently returned from Italy, which is presently known as the epicenter of the coronavirus epidemic. The other two people also visited the United States formerly.
22-year-old coronavirus patient may have exposed hundreds to COVID-19.
The student from the university partied at Riverside in Brisbane's CBD. He attended the spot between 5 PM to 9 PM on Saturday. He also went for the classes at the University of Queensland St Lucia campus last week. He was among those who traveled to Italy recently. On Wednesday, two housemates from the Fold Coast were also diagnosed. He was confirmed for the infection on Tuesday. Other patrons are being warned they may need to self-isolate if they come down with symptoms. Health authorities contacted his classmates and teaching staff who may have come into contact with him, warning them they may need to self-isolate.
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Student of UQ infected with coronavirus went to Brisbane nightspot Friday's Riverside.
The health department of Queensland is trying to track down people who were a part of popular Brisbane nightspot over the last few days. There are chances that they may have come in contact with a 22-year-old student from a university who has coronavirus infection. "As a precaution, we are asking anyone who attended Friday's Riverside in Brisbane City from 6:00 PM Friday till 11:00 PM Monday, who becomes unwell to contact 13 HEALTH (13 43 25 84) and advise that you were at the venue during these times," a statement from Queensland Health said. Queensland chief health officer Jeannette Young said that they are letting people know if they attended. They should be alert for the symptoms.
Adieu to Hannah Clarke and her three children in a Brisbane funeral
Hannah Clarke and her three children got farewell together in a Brisbane funeral, where all of them got buried in a single white coffin. Her funeral was conducted in Brisbane city on Monday with her beautiful memories. However, pictures of her murderer, father, and husband were not seen during the funeral service. The woman got murdered by her ex-partner, along with her three children- Aaliyah, 6, Laianah, 4, and Trey, 3.
Last month, she and her children were drenched in petrol and ignored in the car while returning home from school in February. Clarke screamed in pain and got out of the car saying, "he's poured petrol on us" and took her last breathe in hospital after a few hours. Her children could not escape due to safety impediments. Scott Morrison, the prime minister, and Annastacia Palaszczuk, the Queensland premier, attended the funeral and mourned for them.
Brisbane coronavirus patient compared the symptoms to jetlag
Bridget Wilkins, a Brisbane coronavirus patient, shared her thoughts and compared the symptoms of coronavirus to jetlag. She traveled from London to Brisbane via Singapore for her friend's wedding, where she got tested positive for coronavirus. She failed to attend the wedding and got isolated in a Brisbane hospital. The 29 years old lady appreciated the actions and responses of Queensland Health officials taking coronavirus.
She was confirmed with the threatening disease coronavirus on Saturday in a Brisbane Hospital. She said that she had no idea about this infection as the symptoms of coronavirus are very common, which soar throat and exhaustion. She asked other patients of coronavirus to be calm as the disease is curable, but it needs attention, especially for elderly people. Currently, 15 cases of coronavirus have been recorded in Queensland, Australia.
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Tom Hanks is in the trap of COVID-19 with his wife
The Hollywood couple Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson have been listed with the Coronavirus patients of Australia. The City of Sydney is in high alert after the Hollywood actor got tested positive with COVID-19. After this declaration, dozens of people were sent in quarantine to avoid transmission of the viruses. The couple is spending their time in quarantine at the Gold Coast University Hospital of Australia. As per the reports, the Hollywood actor visited the United States recently.
Tom shared the test results with his followers through social media on Thursday, March 12. Both of them are in stable conditions but kept in isolation as per the public health regulations. Currently, there have been 78 confirmed cases of COVID-19 has been noted in Australia as per the reports of NSW Health.
Sydney skies say wash your hands.
The widespread of novel coronavirus has struck the whole world badly. Australia is promoting awareness taking coronavirus and urging people to take all the basic precautions to prevent transmission of coronavirus. Even the sky of Sydney was saying, "wash hands". A skywriting of Sydney was shared on Twitter in which the clouds carved " wash hands" in the sky. It got viral on Twitter as people shared these words of wisdom given by skies.
Recently, the popular Easter Show got cancelled due to coronavirus outbreak. The government of Australia is planning to cancel all the public events which can promote community spread of COVID-19. Thousands of people enjoy the February 13 and February 14 every year with festivity during the Easter Show of Sydney. Moreover, the cricket series of Australia against New Zealand will be held without spectators along with NRL and AFL games.
Cancelled Grand Prix made fans angry
Thousands of fans has gathered today to enter the Grand Prix contest in Melbourne. Some of them have even come from other countries, such as Brazil. They had been waiting for several hours at the entrance, before the Prime Minister of Victoria announced that the sport contest is cancelled because of the outbreak of coronavirus. That mad the fans very angry, some of them shouted, if they could not say it earlier. The head of Formula 1 in Australia apologized before people and said that health and wellness of teams are their first priority. Anyway, that could not prevent fury of the fans. Some of them said they had spent much money and made a big way to come to hear that the contest is cancelled.
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Maharashtra: Shirur MP to meet CM over ‘airport at Chakan’
Shirur MP Amol Kolhe has requested that an air terminal ought to be worked in Chakan MIDC rather than in Purandar. Kolhe, who had brought the issue up in the Lok Sabha, said he will meet Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray and Prime Minister Narendra Modi to press for his interest.
"Rather than Purandar, the global air terminal site ought to be moved back to Chakan. On the off chance that that is beyond the realm of imagination, at that point a local air terminal should come up in Chakan," the NCP pioneer said as of late.
Kolhe, who as of late visited Pimpri-Chinchwad, stated, "Chakan, Pimpri-Chinchwad, Talegaon, Ranjangaon and close by regions have a large number of mechanical units. On the off chance that an air terminal comes up right now, it will be a significant lift for businesses," he said.
Kolhe's remarks come in the background of Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar's comments that the state government will take a choice on the Purandar site soon. Kolhe said he will disagree with the state government and look for the development of the air terminal at Chakan MIDC.
Pune: House gutted, 46-year-old commercial designer dies of burn injuries
A 46-year-old business planner died of extreme serious burn wounds in a fire at a private structure in the rich Bhandarkar street region in Pune in the early long periods of Wednesday.
The control room of the fire department was contacted at 2:30 Am about a blast that took place in the Jayashree society.
"The whole ground floor was burned when we arrived at the location. We lit splashing the fire and furthermore took out the man who was discovered lying on the copying sleeping pads with extreme copy wounds. He was hurried to a medical clinic in our rescue vehicle," fire official Sunil Naiknavre said.
The deceased has been recognized as Sandeep Vinayak Gokhale, a business fashioner. He was alone from everyone else at home at the hour of the occurrence.
Woman's body found in bushes
On Thursday morning, the body of a woman living in Gulmohar Green Society located in Mohan Nagar was found in the bushes near Bhatta number five in Sihani Gate police station area. The body was thrown after killing the woman on the head.
The woman's mobile and Swift Desire car is missing. The woman left her house after asking her son to go to the party. Police have sent the body of the woman for postmortem after registering a case of murder.
According to the information, Rini Jain (42) lived in Gulmohar Green Society with her mother Manorama Jain and son Pranav Jain. Pranav is a 12th standard student at DLF School.
SP City Manish Mishra said that according to Pranav, his mother Rini Jain had left from house at around 7 pm on Wednesday, asking to go to a party with a friend.