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Coronavirus NSW live updates: Three new cases for the state – NEWS.com.au

NSW has recorded three new coronavirus cases overnight with the state’s premier calling it a “pleasing result”.

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Heading back to the playground? 10 tips to keep your family and others COVID-safe – The Conversation AU

While it can be difficult to get young kids to follow instructions around social distancing, there are a few things parents can do to minimise the risk of any COVID-19…

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In some Australian states, kids have been back on slides, swings and monkey bars for months. But in Victoria, many families are only now getting back to playgrounds, after they were closed for much of the second lockdown.
With lots of kids running around, and parents looking on, how can you ensure your trip to the playground is COVID-safe for you, your children and others?
A good place to start is to understand how COVID-19 spreads, and what you can do to interrupt it.
Droplets big and small
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The coronavirus rules in Victoria keep changing so here are some answers to your questions – ABC News

Can I visit my parents who live 25 kilometres away and when will the ring of steel be coming down? We answer some of your questions about what the changes announced…

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All the hard work of the long lockdown has finally paid off and the restrictions in Melbourne are being eased again from today and more changes are expected from November 9.
Here are some of the questions you asked that we can answer.
What are the main changes?
From today, the four reasons for leaving home have been ditched, so you can leave home for any reason.
Visiting people in their homes is also allowed, but is limited to no more than two adults plus dependents from one other household, once…

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Donald Trump claims ‘can I change my vote’ Google Trend ‘refers to changing it to me’ – NEWS.com.au

Donald Trump claims ‘can I change my vote’ Google Trend ‘refers to changing it to me’

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Nearly 70 million Americans have already cast their ballots ahead of election day but some might be wondering if they can change that vote, according to Google Trends.Google searches of the phrase “can I change my vote” peaked Tuesday morning in the US around 6am eastern time.
One of the subregions where the phrase began trending at one point was in Delaware, the state Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden represented in the Senate for 36 years.
Other subregions included battleground states…

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