NSW Premier Confirmed Second COVID-19 Case From Sydney's Sofitel Wentworth Hotel [Headlines] – Hope 103.2

NSW Premier Confirmed Second COVID-19 Case From Sydney’s Sofitel Wentworth Hotel [Headlines]

The returned traveller is currently quarantined on the same hotel floor where a security guard who tested positive on the weekend, worked.

By Hope NewsroomWednesday 17 Mar 2021News

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Premier Gladys Berejiklian has confirmed another COVID-19 case has emerged from the Sofitel Wentworth hotel in Sydney.

The returned traveller is currently quarantined on the eleventh floor of the hotel, the same floor where a security guard who tested positive on the weekend, worked.

The list of GP clinics taking part in the next phase of the COVID-19 vaccine rollout has now been unveiled.

From Monday, those eligible under Phase 1B will be able to receive their vaccinations.

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Australia is mobilising support for Papua New Guinea amid a worsening COVID-19 outbreak.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison is expected to confirm today that Australia will send vaccines to PNG for frontline health workers and offer logistical support for the pandemic which poses a danger to both nations.

Sydney Police has made a breakthrough in a 13-year-old cold case murder investigation.

A 66-year-old man was arrested at a home in Arncliffe this morning in connection to the death of German national, Bernd Lehmann, in Ashfield in 2008.

New laws are being introduced into NSW Parliament today to help survivors of child abuse pursue fairer compensation.

The laws will give courts the power to overturn previous unfair settlement agreements.

Prince Philip’s longest ever stay in hospital has come to an end.

The 99 year old has left hospital in London after four weeks and is now back home at Windsor Castle.

Scientists believe they’ve found out what happened to water that flowed across the surface of Mars billions of years ago.

Writing in the Journal Science, they say vast quantities of liquid became trapped in minerals below the planet’s crust.