New Zealand Arrivals Must Hotel Quarantine Amidst Growing COVID-19 Cluster [Headlines] – Hope 103.2

New Zealand Arrivals Must Hotel Quarantine Amidst Growing COVID-19 Cluster [Headlines]

NSW Health officials are contacting those who've arrived from New Zealand since last Saturday to see if they've visited hotspot venues.

By Hope NewsroomThursday 25 Feb 2021News

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New South Wales Health officials are contacting those who’ve arrived from New Zealand since last Saturday to see if they’ve visited hotspot venues amid a growing COVID-19 cluster in Auckland.

Anyone arriving from today will have to go into hotel quarantine for 14 days.

Ghana has become the first country to receive free coronavirus vaccines through a global initiative to make sure poorer countries don’t miss out.

Meanwhile, US regulators say Johnson & Johnson’s single-shot vaccine is safe and could be approved within days.

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The International Olympic Committee has named Brisbane the preferred candidate city.

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Nearly nine times more motorists were caught speeding in January this year compared to the same time last year.

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Researchers at Torrens University have found people living in the Hills, Northern Beaches and the North Shore have an average life span of 88 years.

It drops to 67 for Sydney’s CBD.

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Professor Graeme Clarke came up with the idea after seeing his father struggling with hearing loss.