How Sydney stores make money during pand Sydney
How Sydney stores make money during pandemic
Coronavirus pandemic and people's panic is a good way to make money on them for stores. It has become known recently that some stores in Sydney speculate with the most needed goods. One customer shared a photo of a bottle with antiseptic which cost 25 dollars, usually it costs less than 10 dollars. Moreover, there was no legal sticker on that. That means that the store bought it and now resells, but much more expensive. The same situation is with medical masks, which cost in some stores 10 dollars now, with normal price of 20 cents.
But that is not the worst example. In another Sydney shop you can find the same bottle of antiseptic (450 ml) which costs 50 dollars.
Some stores do such "frauds" with toilet paper. One roll costs3 dollars, as usual. But two rolls will cost already 99 dollars. The owners say it is done to avoid deficit and people's greed.
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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.
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.
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All cruise ship passengers debating in Sydney will be diagnosed.
After the Ruby Princess case, the health and shipping officials have become conscious of the people disembarking in the city. Looking at the needs of resources, the government continued the arrival of foreign ships in the country. But, all the passengers and crew members of vessels anchoring on Sydney harbor will be tested for coronavirus. The NSW Health Minister Brad Hazzard announced this new measure of diagnosis on Tuesday, March 24.
Currently, 133 passengers of Ruby Princess cruise ship has been tested positive for coronavirus with one death. Around 2,700 people are living in the threat of infection with this deadly virus after all people were left at risk without any checking or testing. The passengers of that course ship have reported that even passport was not checked after their arrival at Sydney harbor.
Four weeks to get ready for NRL says, Burgess.
Sam Burgess, the former rugby league footballer, noted that the players should shart getting prepare for National Rugby League as the 2020 competition is four weeks away. The National Rugby League of Australia got postponed on Monday, March 23, amidst the rapid spread of coronavirus. All the NRL players from 16 different teams were sent home after the suspension of the league.
Burgess asked the players to maintain the physical fitness these days and advised them to utilize the time and keep training as the competition can resume after a month. He shared the ways using which players can keep themselves fit and healthy in these hazardous days of coronavirus pandemic in an interview with Fox League. He criticized South Sydney for being overconfident about the fitness and performance of their players.
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Fuel prices set to rise in Perth.
FuelWatch, the fuel monitoring services of the Australian government, has warned the city of Perth to witness a spike in fuel prices. It has been reported that the fuel price will rise by 13% per liter in the city. Looking at this scenario, FuelWatch has urged people to visit the browser and get filled as soon as possible. Also, they have requested people to maintain the average usage of vehicles as the city is going to face the shortage of fuel in these days of coronavirus outbreak.
Currently, the price of petrol is around per liter, which will be elevated to 125 cents per liter. The petrol stations at BP Redcliffe, The Foodary Belmont, and Caltex The Foodary Ascot in Perth’s south are providing the fuel at 95.9 cents per liter. Whereas, it is at 96.9 cents in the north of the city and 103.7 cents in the north of the town.
Perth childcare worker test positive for COVID-19.
A worker of Mandurah childcare center has got diagnosed positive for Coronavirus after returning from overseas. Great Beginnings reported this case of COVID-19 informing that its worker from Hal Head center has been kept in isolation after the test. The worker is in mandatory separation after his arrival in Australia and has not come in contact even with his family or friends.
A spokeswoman from Great Beginnings stated that they are following the guidelines of the WA Health Department to limit the spread of Coronavirus. She said that the worker would be back to the childcare center only after the medical clearance as the health and safety of children and team members are the priority of the organization. Moreover, the centers of Great Beginnings are following high standards of hygiene to put a halt to the coronavirus outbreak.