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World Health Organisation Says There Might Never Be A “Silver Bullet” – In The News Tuesday 4 August

By Hope NewsroomTuesday 4 Aug 2020

Two Sydney schools are closed for the day after three students tested positive to Coronavirus.

Bonnyrigg High School and Greenway Park Public School are undergoing a deep-clean.

The World Health Organisation is warning there might never be a “silver bullet” for Covid-19.

It’s reinforcing the need to practice social distancing, wear masks and regularly wash hands.

The Reserve Bank is likely to keep the official interest rate on hold, when it meets today.

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The cash rate is sitting at a record low of point 25 of a per cent.

Two more teenagers have been charged over a stabbing at Pyrmont last Friday.

A 36 year old man has lost an eye and is in a critical condition in hospital.

Five teens have now been charged over the attack.

The Chief Executive of the company in charge of the State’s workers compensation scheme has resigned.

John Nagle is stepping down as CEO and managing director of icare.

The insurer is under fire over allegations thousands of injured workers have been underpaid.

A new report shows many single women, aged 55 and over, are struggling to pay rent.

The Western Sydney University research shows some are sacrificing household essentials, such as food, in order to make ends meet.

US President Donald Trump has given the owner of the video sharing app TikTok 45 days to sell to an American-based company.

He’s threatened to ban the Chinese-owned app over security concerns.

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