Fremantle City council will on Wednesday vote on whether to ask the State Government to reconsider its vaccination mandate after being lobbied by a group of anti-vaxxers.
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Skyworks remains ‘all systems go’ but the unvaccinated have been asked to steer clear from the banks of the Swan River on January 26.
A popular Perth cafe renowned for their toasted sandwiches is now listed as a potential COVID exposure site.
Victorians wanting to become parents are lobbying the state government to restart IVF treatment suspended in the state's pause on non-urgent elective surgery.
Health Minister Greg Hunt says Australia has activated an agreement to make more than 100,000 private hospital staff available to help COVID-affected areas.
WA miners are inevitably looking at rising staff losses when WA’s borders come down on February 5.
Two locally-acquired cases of COVID-19 have been detected in WA, and a further 12 infections linked to international and interstate travellers.
NSW Health Minister Brad Hazzard has blasted "moronic" people for submitting false positive RAT results in his name and others to state health authorities.
The ACT has reported 1860 new COVID-19 cases and one death - a woman in her 80s at an aged care facility, bringing the territory's pandemic death toll to 20.
Steven Marshall says there is growing evidence SA is reaching the peak of its daily COVID-19 infections as it reports 3079 new cases and two more deaths.
South Australia recorded 3079 new Covid-19 cases and two deaths on Tuesday in what the state’s premier said was a ‘massive reduction’.
Western Australia's government is under pressure to release modelling on the expected impact of the COVID-19 Omicron variant once borders reopen.
South Australian teachers say they remain concerned with the state government's plans for schools to return early next month.
The Queensland health minister says it is "absolutely appalling" that federal government ads are spruiking free rapid antigen tests at state clinics.
Tasmania has eased its border restrictions for double jabbed travellers but it won’t budge for those who are unvaccinated.
A pharmacy has been added to the growing list of COVID-19 exposure sites in Western Australia.
Anti-vaxxers may have been responsible for an alleged graffiti attack on the home of Western Australia’s chief health officer.
Australia’s unions have been accused of “intimidation and threats” after warning that workers could stop work over one issue.
Victoria has declared a ‘code brown’ emergency for all metropolitan hospitals and six regional ones in response to COVID.
Another 16 people have died with COVID-19 in Queensland as the state records 15,962 new cases, with authorities urging people to get booster vaccinations.
Queensland’s Covid death toll has spiked again as health authorities brace for the Omicron wave to accelerate towards Brisbane.
South Australia's AMA President Michelle Atchison says the COVID-19 pandemic has "steamrolled and crushed" the state's health system.
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