Coronavirus COVID19 in Western Australia

Since my last blog post, the world Coronavirus cases has risen to 70,111,812 as at today, 12 December 2020. Total Deaths being 1,591,595. When I last blogged back in October, the Total Cases was 45,898,590 and deaths 1,193,744. That’s 397,851 more deaths in less that two months.

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Three months later …

Well, here we are, October 31, 2020 and the Coronavirus Pandemic AKA COVID-19, is still in full swing. Mostly in the European countries and the US with Mexico’s numbers rising daily. The deaths worldwide stand at 1,193,744. Each and everyone of those numbers is a person, someone’s family. I know nay sayers will tell us more died in the 1918 Spanish Flu pandemic, and estimated 50 million, but do we have to beat that number? Really? Do we? With modern medicine and vaccine’s, we should be able to beat this sooner rather than later.

Australia is doing very well, although there are still some cases in Victoria and New South Wales.

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Coronavirus – Current Situation

It’s been just over a month since my last blog post where I wrote about the COVID19 outbreak in Victoria. Well, today, things have gone from bad to worse.

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Are You For Real?

Just as everyone was starting to return to what was a degree of normality since the COVID-19 outbreak, Victoria has given as a nasty reality check.

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Six Weeks On

The last time I wrote in my blog about the COVID19 pandemic was six weeks ago, May 29th. It is now July 4th, the 71st wedding anniversary of my parents. Our regional borders in our state had been opened, however the state borders were closed and still are today.

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The Borders are Down – Some

As of midnight last night 29 May 2020, the regional border between Perth and Geraldton (Midwest) were open and it was like all the horses bolted at once. When the news came in a few days ago, that as of midnight the travel restrictions would be lifted, people packed their caravans, motorhomes, campers and the like and hit the road. Some who were interviewed on the radio, said they got away from Perth at 4.30am to beat the rush. From all accounts there was quite a bit of traffic on the roads.

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