Dass der Lockdown die erste Rezession in Australien sei fast 30 Jahren verschärft hat, hat kaum Modellcharakter. Ein Teil-Lockdown wie ihn. Melbourne hat schmerzhaften Lockdown überstanden. Die Coronavirus-Situation in Australien hat sich deutlich entspannt. Im einstigen. Der Bundesstaat Victoria im Südosten Australiens hat nach mehreren Monaten seinen Corona-Lockdown aufgehoben. Seit Mittwoch dürfen.
1200 Jobs pro Tag verloren: Lehren aus Australiens hartem LockdownDass der Lockdown die erste Rezession in Australien sei fast 30 Jahren verschärft hat, hat kaum Modellcharakter. Ein Teil-Lockdown wie ihn. Schätzungen der australischen Regierung zufolge gingen durch den Lockdown täglich Jobs verloren. Gäste eines Restaurants sitzen mit. Der Bundesstaat Victoria im Südosten Australiens hat nach mehreren Monaten seinen Corona-Lockdown aufgehoben. Seit Mittwoch dürfen.
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Stage 4, introduced on 11 April, is currently the most restrictive, every person crossing the border including Queensland residents requires a permit.
In addition, a person who has been in a declared COVID hotspot in the previous 14 days must self-quarantine for 14 days.
Schools were prevented from organising gatherings of over , including " On 24 March, the state borders were closed and all interstate arrivals were required to self-isolate for 14 days.
On 1 April, regional border restrictions were implemented across Western Australia restricting travel between regions to essential services only.
People were given 48 hour warning to return to their home region. On 5 April, all state borders were closed, a strengthening of the previous border rules, all arrivals were quarantined in city hotels for 14 days.
The vessel was sailing for Indonesia and the Philippines before heading back to Europe. On 15 March, a public health emergency was declared in South Australia.
On 22 March, a "major emergency" was declared, giving the police power to enforce self-isolation rules. On 24 March, state borders were closed.
People arriving in the state were required to sign a declaration that they would self-isolate for 14 days and provide an address to the police, with penalties for failure to comply.
On 27 March, a direction was made under the Emergency Management Act  to prohibit gatherings of more than 10 people, and a limit of 1 person per four square metres.
On 16 November "a number of significant restrictions" were reintroduced after an outbreak of coronavirus in the northern suburbs of Adelaide.
On 17 November a six day lockdown from midnight that day was announced. Afterwards there will be another eight days of "significant restrictions" according to Police Commissioner Grant Stevens.
As part of the easing of "circuit breaker restrictions", groups of 50 people will be allowed to attend private functions and funerals, ten people can attend private functions, and people will be allowed to attend restaurants and pubs.
On 17 March, Tasmania declared a public health emergency. On 19 March, all "non-essential" travellers to the state, including returning residents, were subject to a mandatory day quarantine.
On 12 April , in response to an outbreak in Burnie , business restrictions were put in place for 14 days. It included the closure of most retail businesses except for those providing essential services, or those who can provide online services and home delivery.
Additional testing was announced, and emergency medical teams from the Australian Defence Force were sent to Burnie to cover for hospital staff.
On 16 March, the ACT government declared a public health emergency. On 18 July it was announced a sitting of Federal Parliament, scheduled for the first 2 weeks of August, had been cancelled.
Medical advice was that, due to increased transmission of COVID in Victoria, and the upward trend in NSW as well, there was a "significant risk" if members were to return to Canberra from all over Australia.
Prime Minister Morrison requested that the sitting be cancelled. Parliament returned in August with some Members and Senators participating via video links from remote locations.
On 24 March, the Northern Territory NT government introduced strict border control, with anyone arriving from abroad or interstate being required to self-isolate for 14 days.
The only exemption would be due to health and emergency services, defence and policing, flight crews and freight, and based on "compassionate grounds".
NT Police Commissioner Jamie Chalker said that the local police and government are likely to impose these measures until September.
Anyone now arriving in NT will have to declare that they would isolate for 14 days and let the authorities know of their location during this period at the point of entry.
Furthermore, all non-essential travel to the NT's 76 remote communities was banned. From midday on 1 May, some internal restrictions in NT were eased.
Jervis Bay Territory has not had any confirmed cases. The territory's border with New South Wales was closed and residents were not allowed outside except for essential purposes.
Norfolk Island has not had any confirmed cases. As a precautionary measure the government imposed a day travel ban and declared a state of emergency.
She limited passenger arrivals to local residents and essential staff, and imposed a self-isolation period of 14 days on any arrivals.
On 3 March, the Reserve Bank of Australia became the first central bank to cut interest rates in response to the outbreak. Official interest rates were cut by 0.
On 19 March, the Reserve Bank again cut interest rates by a further 0. In March , the Australian Bureau of Statistics began releasing a number of additional statistical products to assess the economic impacts on the outbreak on the Australian economy.
Data on retail trade turnover indicated a 0. Negative effects on some areas of the retail sector particularly tourism-dependent businesses were offset by a rise in food retail turnover, with supermarkets showing a large rise in sales,  mainly arising from panic buying.
The entire payment made to businesses for an employee must then, by law, be paid to that employee in lieu of normal pay. The program was backdated to 1 March with the aim of re-employing many people who had lost their jobs in the weeks before.
In the first hour of the scheme, over 8, businesses registered to receive the payments. The program is one of the largest economic packages ever implemented in modern Australian history.
The Treasury also announced that its original forecast of 6. The rate of employment in the sector grew at a faster rate than the rest of the economy.
Beginning in the second week of March , Australian institutions began announcing reduced services, and then complete closures.
Consequently, many cultural events were also cancelled, including the Sydney Writers' Festival. The Australian film industry has been severely impacted, with at least 60 shoots being halted and about 20, people out of work.
One hundred and nineteen films and TV shows have been halted, with only a few shows such as MasterChef Australia and Shaun Micallef's Mad as Hell continuing production through the pandemic.
The TV soap Neighbours was the first English-language TV drama series in the world to announce that resumption of production would begin soon after 20 April Like other governments around the world, the Australian government has acknowledged the economic, cultural and social value of the arts industry.
On 4 May , the company operating the Carriageworks multi-arts venue in Sydney declared it would be entering voluntary administration and closing, citing an "irreparable loss of income" due to government bans on events during the COVID pandemic and the consequent negative impact on the arts sector.
The Australian Recording Industry Association ARIA welcomed the boost, but critics said that it was not nearly enough, especially with so many workers in the industry still ineligible for JobKeeper payments.
Aboriginal Australians and Torres Strait Islanders have poorer health outcomes and a lower life expectancy than the non- Indigenous Australian population, particularly those living in remote areas,   and along with overcrowded housing and many living in very remote communities, makes them one of the communities most vulnerable to the virus.
The federal government set up a national Indigenous advisory group in early March, to create an emergency response plan for Aboriginal communities.
The Northern Territory developed a remote health pandemic plan,  with NT Health setting up a number of remote clinics across the Territory. A group of Barkindji families set up a tent town on the banks of the Darling River near Wilcannia in New South Wales, to escape the threat of the disease from overcrowded accommodation in the town.
The major sporting leagues A-League , AFL , AFL Women's , and the National Rugby League initially stated that their seasons would not be suspended but would continue behind closed doors , with some games being played under those conditions.
However all the leagues would all later be suspended. The Stawell Gift has been postponed until later in the year.
The NBL Finals followed suit beginning with game two, although it was stated that they would be immediately suspended if any participants were to be diagnosed.
All second-tier state basketball leagues were either postponed or cancelled. The remaining two One Day Internationals between Australia and New Zealand were cancelled after the first match was played behind closed doors.
On 22 April, the NRL announced that they will plan for the season to restart on 28 May, with training beginning on 4 May,  and has planned for 18 rounds giving a round season and a State of Origin series , with the Grand Final rescheduled for 25 October.
The Super Rugby season was suspended following the conclusion of play on 15 March, due to the outbreak and the imposition of mandatory quarantine for international travellers to New Zealand.
The A-League initially announced a continuation of the league with the Wellington Phoenix being based in Australia;  however, on 24 March, suspended the remaining matches.
On 2 October, Prime Minister Morrison announced that the Australian Government had formalised a deal allowing New Zealanders "one-way quarantine-free travel" into New South Wales and the Northern Territory from 16 October as part of initial steps to establish a "travel bubble" between the two countries.
The Victorian Department of Health and Human Services confirmed the arrival of the group but stated that it did not have the authority to detain them.
The Federal Government has disagreed with the Victorian Government's stance. From 28 October, all repair stores, restaurants, cafes, and bars will be allowed to reopen with a person limit; home visits will be allowed; outdoor gatherings including weddings will be limited to ten people; and funerals will be limited to 20 people.
From p. On 19 April, Australia questioned China's handling of the pandemic, questioned the transparency of its disclosures, and demanded an international investigation into the origins of the virus and its spread.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. See also: Timeline of cases in Australia. Data sourced from state and federal governments; where there are inconsistencies, federal reporting takes precedent.
Under National Notifiable Diseases Surveillance System reporting requirements, cases are reported based on their Australian jurisdiction of residence rather than where they were detected.
Actual case numbers may be higher. Does not necessarily equate to the total cases minus deaths and recoveries.
There are around 95, hospital beds in Australia 3. See also: Biosecurity in Australia and Biosecurity Act Main article: National Cabinet.
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The Conversation. Canberra Times. Odysseus 5 November The Washington Post. The Financial Times. There were smaller rallies elsewhere, including two in Sydney and one in Byron Bay that turned violent, according to local media.
Police made 14 arrests, including three people suspected of assaulting police officers. The protests were largely driven by fringe online groups promoting virus-related and anti-vaccination conspiracy theories.
Police had earlier drawn criticism for the arrest of a pregnant woman for promoting the protest online. On Friday officers broke into the home of a former bodybuilder and conspiracy theorist who had also been calling for people to join the event.
Victoria has been in a six-week lockdown since July to curb a coronavirus outbreak that has fuelled Australia's second wave. Authorities have imposed stay-at-home rules and a curfew in Melbourne, the state capital.
The lockdown has closed many businesses and banned gatherings around the state. Air travel will be impact dramatically, with the government to stop business travel and all non-essential travel across the board.
Areas of Sydney, Melbourne and other cities where there are clear clusters of Covid cases in those areas. He particularly singled out Sydney.
Restaurants and cafes will be forced to close as of Monday, but takeaway and home delivery options are still allowed.
You'll have to get your coffee to go, as of Monday. Image: Supplied. Mr Morrison was keen to impress again on the nation that there was no need to hoard or bulk-purchase food or household goods, like toilet paper.
But we could've told you that. Schools are staying open but strict restrictions have been placed on visitors to aged care homes to protect the elderly from contracting the virus.
Mr Morrison again urged people not to panic-buy groceries and other goods. Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese urged the government to be transparent about what further restrictions could be placed on daily life.
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