Bandits stole toilet paper in Sydney Sydney
Bandits stole toilet paper in Sydney
On Sunday some unknown men attacked 4 stores in Sydney. These criminals have stolen pretty non-trivial things: toilet paper. They are accused in taking hundreds of rolls in different storages, where they were for ninety minutes. One of them even trheatened to a security with a knife. Police called this act unacceptable and shameful. Now the officers are looking for the thieves and if you have any related information, please, turn to a police department.
Toilet paper in NSW is a real deificit now. People have emptied almost all shelves with these goods recently. And some stores forbade buying more than one roll.
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Test which may halt coronavirus spread
Today NSW Health announced about some breakthrough in studying the virus COVID-19. Doctors in one of Sydney's hospital have created a blood test which can halt coronavirus spread. This test will show, whether anyone had been infected even when they recovered already. Doctors say this test will not be used in single cases, it is to understand the scale of spread among population. This way they can predict and avoid virus' propagation and ask lots of questions about it.
New South Wales is the leader among numbers of the infected among other Australian states now. There are 813 of them. Recently a 70-year-old woman has become the seventh victim of the virus.
Octopus had a walk in Sydney
A giant octopus strolled along the Australian Manly Beach in Sydney.
The publication writes that the mollusk noticed a diver and began to pose for a video. Most likely, he went ashore because of the inflow. Then, when the water was gone, the octopus went to land in search of food.
“At first, the octopus seemed discreet, but after a while it clearly felt comfortable,” the diver says.
Octopuses are the most developed among all invertebrates. They lend themselves to training, have a good memory and even distinguish geometric shapes. They are able to recognize people, get used to those who feed them. They are easy to train, tame and train.
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Silent stadium aided Western Sydney Wanderers comeback against Sydney FC.
Wanderers did not have any support from the fans, but there was some silver lining. The Wanderers are scheduled to experience Western United most likely on Friday, but that fixture is now uncertain because of recent travel restrictions imposed by the federal governing administration. Western United are set to participate in Perth Glory on Monday but did not vacation on Sunday, thanks to the uncertainty, pushing their flight to Perth back again to Monday morning, the working day of the game. While sport is not the precedence amid the peak of the coronavirus outbreak, the uncertainty would make for challenging preparing for gamers.
Hospitality business preparing to close down doors in the next 48 hours in Sydney.
NSW premier, Gladys Berejiklian, has announced her intentions to shut down all non-essential businesses across the state within 48 hours. A comprehensive list of which services and businesses will be deemed “non-essential” is yet to be released. It is believed that many hospitality and retail businesses will be shut down, including cafes, pubs, bars, and restaurants. Pharmacies and medical services, supermarkets, petrol stations, convenience stores, and home delivery services will be exempt from the closure. It is unclear if businesses such as gyms, sports venues, and aquatic centers will still be allowed to operate. The ramping up of official containment measures follows significant criticism aimed at Australia from around the world in recent days, as stories of people flouting the social distancing measures intended to prevent the spread of the coronavirus have trended on social media.
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Workers are needed in SA
The coronavirus ourbreak in South Australia has become the reason for losing jobs by many people. Recently the government has forced all the cafes and restaurants to be closed and hundreds of people have been left without work. Touristic firms are almost among them, as lots of people left Australia and new wave of them does not come.
Meanwhile, many other companies In Adelaide need more workers as they do not cope with the amount of work. These are mostly agrarian companies and those, where strength is needed. Right now one agrarian firm gather in the crops of potatoes and other vegetables. Demand on these products in the city is enormous, so more workers are needed.
The government is also going to help suffered firms and to give them more than 4 million dollars, which would keep their financial state stable.
Restaurants and quarantine in SA
Every restaurant and cafe in Adelaide is having one of the hardest seasons ever. Firstly, people did not want to come because they were afraid to be infected with COVID-19, now the government forces them to be closed. Yesterday it was announced that every establishment of such a kind must be closed. Some owners say that a lot of restaurants in Adelaide will not survive it and may not be opened again, when the quarantine is over. More specifically - 25% of the establishments. However, delivery services are working as usual and you can order anything to your own home and to maintain the financial state of restaurants in SA.