Almost 200 Aussies land in Sydney from Cambodia; Police enforcing social distancing rules; $1 million in fines issued; Education bosses warn of mass job losses, NSW government to announce $440 million rent relief package; Boris Johnson leaves hospital.
The NSW has slammed a health care worker who treated elderly residents at an aged care facility for six straight days despite being sick herself; the Tasmanian town of Burnie in lockdown as COVID-19 cases spike and rental relief for NSW tenants.
The Department of Labour’s COVID-19 Temporary Employee/Employer Relief Scheme or TERS is meant to be a response to the challenges faced by businesses in distress due to the COVID-19 lockdown.
During this period, a lot of companies have closed, which has led to staff being without work and therefore – without their regular salary.
Although the Labour department has called for employers who are able to pay their staff to continue doing so – it is the Unemployment Insurance Fund or UIF which is supposed to handle the compensation of such workers – but judging by the amount of viewers who expressed having faced challenges with accessing the UIF – it would seem this process has not been one without challenges.
UIF commissioner, Teboho Maruping joins us – via Skype – to explain the process to be followed during this period.
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More Australians arrive home on mercy flights from India and Cambodia; the fines you can expect for breaking social distancing and isolation rules; and a coronavirus cluster causing problems in Adelaide.
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BANGKALAN, KOMPAS.TV – Bupati Bangkalan Madura, Abdul Latif Amin Imron, akhirnya mengumumkan pasien positif corona pertama di Kabupaten Bangkalan.
Pasien adalah seorang pemudik yang datang dari Jakarta. Atas kasus ini, Bupati pun menghimbau warganya yang merantau untuk tidak mudik saat lebaran tahun ini.
Pasien positif Covid-19 pertama di Kabupaten Bangkalan adalah warga asal Kecamatan Blega. Pasien tersebut diketahui baru saja datang dari Jakarta dengan mengendarai mobil pribadi.
Tidak lama setibanya di kampung halaman, yang bersangkutan menderita pneumonia dan sempat menjalani perawatan di rumah sakit.
Setelah menjalani satu kali rapid test dan dua kali Swab PCR, ia akhirnya dinyatakan positif Covid-19. Kini yang bersangkutan diisolasi di Rumah Sakit Umum Daerah Bangkalan dan kondisi makin membaik.
Bupati Bangkalan, Abdul Latif Amin Imron mengimbau kepada warganya yang berada di perantauan, khususnya zona merah agar tidak mudik saat lebaran, karena beresiko membawa virus corona dan menularkannya ke keluarga dan tetangga di kampung halaman.
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‘Telethon Jamaica, Together We Stand’, is a 6 hour live event that will take place Sunday April 12th on TVJ Jamaica and on VP Records YouTube channel (4-10 pm EDT). The link will also be available on other media entities including Irie Jam 360 and 1 Spot Media. Inspired by a recent Richie Spice song, “Together We Stand”, the goal is to bring Jamaicans together to support this important cause, which has affected so many citizens globally. The telethon hopes to significantly contribute to the 10 million US dollars needed for medical supplies by the Health & Wellness sector in COVID-19 efforts.
The telethon will feature appearances by celebrities, athletes and politicians and live at home performances by Jamaica’s top artists, the final list will be announced soon. Telethon Jamaica is being spearheaded by an alliance of global diaspora organizations with the endorsement of the government of Jamaica. The Hon. Olivia Babsy Grange is the patron of the event.
Smoking weed might make your COVID-19 symptoms worse — and this federal study is on a mission to find out how.
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In US news and current events today, a federal study aims to find out how cannabis consumers might be uniquely impacted by COVID-19. The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) is accepting grant applications to study how cannabis users might be uniquely impacted by COVID-19. The study focuses on other drugs as well, but since COVID-19 is a respiratory disease, there is a specific interest on the effects of vaping & smoking cannabis.
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