Health Minister Roger Cook has provided WA further insight into what living with COVID-19 is set to be like when a hard border to NSW and Victoria is finally dropped.
Tony Galati has become the State Government’s latest poster boy for WA’s COVID-19 vaccination program.
The number of COVID-19 infections is rising in many parts of Europe including Germany, Russia and the United Kingdom.
Communal lolly bowls should be avoided and treats with packaging preferred when kids go trick-or-treating next week, say NSW health authorities.
Victoria has passed a major milestone with 90 per cent of eligible residents having received one COVID-19 jab as the state targets 80 per cent fully vaccinated.
Victoria, NSW and the ACT continue to pass vaccination milestones, with more than 34 million COVID-19 vaccines now having been injected into Australian arms.
Canberra retail outlets are enjoying their first weekend of trading since August 12 as ACT residents look towards soon being able to travel interstate.
Russians have two options, President Vladimir Putin says, to "get sick, or receive a vaccine" as the nation reports record-high COVID-19 infections and deaths.
A return to normality for South Korea can begin on November 1 after the nation hit a target of 70 per cent of the population fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
The latest snapshot of COVID-19 cases, measures and impacts in Australia at 1730 AEDT, Saturday October 23.
With momentum stalled in Austria's COVID-19 vaccine program, the government has revealed plans for a potential lockdown of unvaccinated citizens.
Anti-vaccination protesters hoping to stage a rally at the home of WA Premier Mark McGowan over his COVID-19 vaccine mandates produced a lacklustre turnout on Saturday.
Police are investigating after WA’s Premier Mark McGowan received a barrage of threats to his personal phone.
US children are closer to getting Pfizer COVID-19 vaccinations after an FDA analysis found it appears to be safe and highly effective in kids aged five to 11.
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NSW has reported 332 new locally acquired cases of COVID-19 and two deaths in the latest 24-hour reporting period.
The South Island has recorded its first COVID-19 case since November last year as New Zealand reports 104 new cases.
As the nation’s cities emerge from lockdown – and baristas once again serve tasty treats – one company is still feeling the pain.
Queensland has avoided any new Covid cases as authorities investigate whether an infected driver entered the state illegally.
Victorian woes continue as virus deaths mount after its first day out of lockdown while numbers continue to fall in New South Wales. ALL THE LATEST FROM ACROSS THE NATION
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NSW case numbers continue to fall but a new problem is emerging as the state eases lockdown restrictions.
Ukrainian authorities have accused feted former soldier Nadiya Savchenko of using a forged COVID-19 vaccination certificate.
Norwegian authorities say minors will only be given one dose of a Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine against COVID-19 until more research is available.
Fines meted out to people in Spain who defied stay-at-home orders and other pandemic restrictions last year will be cancelled, authorities say.
Some UK scientists are urging the government to reintroduce some restrictions to stem the spread of COVID-19 as cases also surge in Belgium.
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