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| NT Health Minister Natasha Fyles (middle) confirmed today that the first Northern Territory residents outside Darwin to test positive for coronavirus have been recorded (AAP Image/David Crosling) The first Northern Territory...
| Prime Minister Scott Morrison has today announced that Australians returning from overseas as the coronavirus pandemic worsens will now be quarantined in hotels and other facilities for two weeks (AAP Image/Lukas Coch) Australians...
| People at Sydney Airport have been urged to adhere to social distancing rules amid reports of chaos and shoulder-to-shoulder interaction (AAP Image/James Gourley) People at Sydney Airport have been urged to inhibit COVID-19...
| Pangolins should be considered as possible hosts of coronavirus, scientists have said. Researchers in Hong Kong and China claim to have found viruses in the scaly mammals which are closely related to the one responsible...
| The coronavirus pandemic could kill more than 81,000 people in the United States in the next four months and may not subside until June, according to a data analysis done by the University of Washington School of Medicine. The...
| Coles has told shoppers to pack their own groceries to limit the spread of coronavirus (AAP Image/Joel Carrett) Coles has told shoppers to pack their own groceries to limit the spread of coronavirus. The supermarket giant...
| Hundreds of concerned people have been dobbing in their neighbours for flouting coronavirus restrictions, with NSW Police receiving about 600 calls in just two days. Police from Thursday were given the power to hand out...
| Confirmed coronavirus cases in the United States reached 81,378 on Thursday, more than any other country, overtaking both Italy and China. China was second with 81,285 cases, and Italy was third with 80,539 cases. ©...
| The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in NSW has jumped as the government warns it's starting to see cases of infection from "unknown sources" in the community, reinforcing its message to stay at home as much as possible. The...
| People applaud outside St. Thomas's Hospital in support of British National Health Service workers who are treating coronavirus victims, part of a nationwide salute to the doctors, nurses and staff of the NHS in London, Thursday,...
| Long-haul train and bus services will be cut or cancelled entirely as Queensland fights to slow the spread of coronavirus. From Monday, there will be far fewer trains and coaches crisscrossing the state, but rural and regional...
| Shoppers are seen outside a Woolworths in Marrickville in Sydney, Tuesday, March 17, 2020. (AAP Image/Danny Casey) Up to 20,000 jobs are up for grabs as Woolworths takes on workers across Australia to keep up supplies of...

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