Health Authorities Hoping Sydneysider's Test Results Will Shed Light On Where He Caught COVID-19 [Headlines] – Hope 103.2

Health Authorities Hoping Sydneysider’s Test Results Will Shed Light On Where He Caught COVID-19 [Headlines]

Eight more venues have been added to the list of health alerts on New South Wales Health website. And other top stories.

By Hope NewsroomThursday 6 May 2021News

Today’s headlines from the Hope News team. You can listen to hourly bulletin updates at hopenews.com.au.

Health authorities are hoping tests results this morning will help shed light on where a Sydney man might have caught COVID-19.

Eight more venues have been added to the list of health alerts – which are available on the New South Wales Health website.

Residents in the Inner West are also being told to be on alert after traces of the virus were found in the area’s sewage.

Australia’s High Commissioner to India says the COVID-19 situation in India is a humanitarian crisis.

Almost 4000 more people have died of COVID-19 in India in the past day.

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And, 412,000 new infections were reported.

Dozens of senior doctors are voicing their concerns about Canterbury Hospital in Sydney’s south-west.

They claim there’s a lack of adequate facilities, and the maternity ward resembles a “third world country”.

Digital services will get a $1.2 billion overhaul in a budget plan to expand government services online.

Money will also go to fund research into artificial intelligence and new skills programs.

A 40-year-old man has been charged over a shooting in Sydney’s south-west which left a man in a critical condition.

A 45-year-old man was shot at Denham Court last November.

South Australia is a step closer to having a voluntary assisted dying regime, after the State’s upper house passed legislation overnight.

The bill now goes to the lower house for a conscience vote by MPs.

Leila Abdullah, who lost three children when they were hit by an out-of-control driver in Sydney’s west has been named 2021 Mother of the Year.

Leila Abdullah and her husband launched i4Give Day after the crash in Oatlands last year.