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30-Million Cases Of COVID-19 Have Been Recorded Worldwide [Headlines]

The figure comes as the World Health Organization warns of a very serious outbreak unfolding in Europe. And more top stories.

By Hope NewsroomFriday 18 Sep 2020

Today’s headlines from the Hope News team

The coronavirus pandemic has passed the grim milestone of 30-million cases of COVID-19, reported worldwide.

The figure comes as the World Health Organization warns of a very serious outbreak unfolding in Europe.

New weekly coronavirus cases are exceeding the numbers reported when the pandemic first peaked in March.

National Cabinet will meet today to discuss hotel quarantine arrangements.

The Federal Government says another 2000 Australians stranded overseas by the coronavirus pandemic will be allowed to return home each week.

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A summit is being held today to develop ways to revive the hospitality industry in Sydney’s CBD, as it emerges from the coronavirus pandemic.

Restaurant owners, hoteliers and retailers will join NSW Government ministers and Lord Mayor Clover Moore at the meeting.

Telehealth services will continue to be subsidised by Medicare, under a $2 billion extension of COVI-19 health spending.

As the weather heats up, young men are being warned to be safe around water.

There were 248 drownings in Australia last Summer, and 80 per cent of them were men.

The roof of an historic arcade at Camden in Sydney’s south-west has collapsed after a blaze at the building this morning.

Meanwhile, fire crews have managed to protect the heritage buildings of the quarantine station in Manly, after a bushfire overnight at North Head.

A former AFL player, who was knocked out a dozen times during his career, has won a $1.4 million insurance payout.

Ex-Melbourne and North Melbourne player Shaun Smith suffers from mood swings and depression as a result of brain injuries, and can no longer work.