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Australian Eurovision 2021 singer Montaigne will not be able to perform on stage in Rotterdam
The organizers of "Eurovision" took into account the realities of the pandemic and developed a special scenario in case of unforeseen circumstances. Each country has prepared a recording of the contestant's "live" performance, which will be used if the delegation is unable to perform in Rotterdam.
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Australia experiences worst floods in a century
About 18 thousand people fled their homes on the east coast of Australia due to floods.
Fortunately, no one died, however, according to Elliott, the near future is far from rosy. The official urged citizens to exercise maximum caution, not to expose themselves to danger and to assist the work of emergency services in every possible way.
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In the Pacific, people were saved thanks to the SOS inscription on the sand
In the Pacific Ocean, three people were saved from a desert island thanks to the SOS inscription on the island's coast.
The men took a 42-kilometer boat trip last week from Puluwat to the Pulap Atolls in Micronesia.
The men lost their course and ran out of fuel, so they docked on the tiny uninhabited island of Lykelot. When the men did not arrive at their destination, rescuers were sent to look for them. After three hours of searching, a US Air Force plane spotted an inscription in the sand.
“Below we saw an island, an SOS sign and a boat right next to it on the beach. From there we called the Australian Navy because they had two helicopters nearby that could land on the island,” the pilot said.
Later, the helicopter successfully landed on the beach, delivering food and water and picking up the men.
A climber fell from the rock in Blue Mountains
A 57-year-old Sydney resident embarked to the Blue Mountains with two his friends for climbing in some touristic sights. And yesterday in the morning he fell off from the rock. Before the midday rescuers came, there were policemen and doctors. The man has been successfully saved and taken to the hospital. He received some serious injures, mostly breaks.
Police inform that the operation was pretty complicated because of the weather conditions. The temperature reached only 4 degrees, so it was quite rude. The alpinists spent the night in the nearest cave.
The fallen man is in hospital and nothing threatens his life.
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Scientists from Australia have learned how to 3D print bone implants from human cells and place them in the human body
The technology reduces the risk of rejection and the patient's recovery time
The Australian government has decided to extend the international travel ban for another three months, until June 17
The decision came into force on March 3. The earlier ban expired on March 17, so the government decided to extend it.
The Minister explained the ban by the fact that the situation with COVID-19 abroad continues to pose an unacceptable risk to the health of the Australian population, including the emergence of more intense strains.
“The extension of the emergency period for another three months is aimed at reducing this risk to the health and safety of everyone,” the minister said.
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In Israel, the last two wards for COVID patients have been closed due to the lack of new infections
The last two departments for patients with coronavirus operated in the medical centers of Hadera and Tiberias. They were closed because the flow of new patients almost completely stopped.
The level of infection in the country dropped to 0.3%. Almost healthy patients were transferred to regular wards of internal medicine departments.
Doctors say this is an obvious result of mass vaccination of the population.
“I am pleased to announce that we are closing the last active ward of the COVID office. We will now be able to deploy staff to meet the other needs of our internal medicine departments, which remain understaffed due to the pandemic, ”said Mickey Dudkiewicz, director of the hospital in Hadera.
It is known that the medical teams involved in the treatment of COVID patients will return to the departments of hospitals where they worked before the epidemic.