Virus Alert Issued for Southern NSW: Victoria Records More COVID-19 Cases [Headlines] – Hope 103.2

Virus Alert Issued for Southern NSW: Victoria Records More COVID-19 Cases [Headlines]

The alert was issued after a traveller visited Vincentia, Jervis Bay and Hyams Beach while potentially infectious. And other top news.

By Hope NewsroomWednesday 2 Jun 2021NewsReading Time: 1 minute

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

Victoria has recorded six new local cases of COVID-19.

A final decision on whether Victoria’s lockdown will be extended is due to be made today.

There are concerns about how quickly the virus has been spreading.

A COVID -19 alert has been issued for southern New South Wales after a traveller from Victoria visited while potentially infectious.

The person was in Vincentia, Jervis Bay and Hyams Beach on Sunday 23 May, and Goulburn the following day.

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Pope Francis has updated the Catholic Church’s criminal code.

The new rules make sexual abuse, grooming minors for sex, possessing child abuse images and covering up abuse, a criminal offence under Vatican law.

The FBI is investigating a cyberattack on the world’s largest meat supplier, JBS.

Thousands of workers in Australia, the US and Canada have been stood down due to the hack, which is threatening to disrupt supply chains and inflate food prices.

Ten people will face courts charges over the kidnapping of a former bikie in Sydney’s south-west yesterday.

Police found him at an industrial warehouse in Revesby, and he was released following negotiations.

Four garbage trucks have been destroyed in a fire at a council compound at Canley Vale in Sydney’s south-west.

Six others were damaged in last night’s blaze.