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Restrictions to ease in Perth and Peel regions, masks to stay

Most COVID-19 restrictions will be lifted in the Perth and Peel regions this weekend but some will stay in place for at least another week, including the use of masks in certain situations.

Another lockdown was narrowly avoided after a quarantine hotel security guard at the Pan Pacific tested positive for coronavirus and also spread it to two housemates, but tough restrictions were put in place instead.

Western Australia has gone four days without any community transmission and Premier Mark McGowan said that meant some restrictions could ease, as planned, from 12.01am on Saturday.

Mr McGowan said the outcome was “terrific news” and “the exact result we need”, adding all 115 close contacts of the security guard had tested negative for the virus.

“There is no evidence of spread from case 1001 beyond his two household contacts,” the Premier said on Thursday.

“This is pleasing news and helps us to move forward.”

Mr McGowan also revealed Western Australia’s border would remain open for NSW travellers following an outbreak of the virus in that state, but said there would be self-quarantine measures in place.

Under changes to the COVID-19 restrictions in the Perth and Peel regions, masks will still be required on public transport, and at events or venues with more than 1000 people.

They will also be required at hospitals, and at disability and aged care facilities. There will be a limit of four visitors per day.

“This is a significant relaxation on the wearing of masks, which can be done safely and based on health advice,” Mr McGowan said.

“This also means high school students will no longer be required to wear masks.

“Masks will also no longer be required at gyms or other fitness venues, or at work.

“I know how frustrating and annoying it can be to wear masks, so thank you to everyone for doing the right thing during this period.”

From Saturday, people will be able to host 100 visitors at their home.

Nightclubs and the casino will also reopen, subject to the 2 sqm rule.

Major stadium capacity will also return to 75 per cent, but masks will be mandatory.

“The restrictions over the coming week are relatively light touch,” Mr McGowan said.

Restrictions will be further reviewed next week.

The Premier said authorities would continue to closely monitor “the evolving situation” in Sydney after a man and his wife were diagnosed with the virus.

Genomic testing of the man has linked his infection back to a returned traveller with an Indian variant of the virus, but how he came to be infected is still under investigation.

“NSW authorities are continuing to contact trace,” Mr McGowan said.

“At the moment, there is no change in our border controls with NSW.”

However, any arrivals from the listed exposure sites will be ordered to self-quarantine for two weeks, and get tested on day two and 12.

“I’ve been advised that so far, we’ve had no arrivals into Western Australia who’ve been linked to any of the exposure sites,” Mr McGowan said.

“That is welcome but we must remain vigilant. We hope NSW can get on top of this outbreak quickly.

“We wish them all the best and we have offered them our help should they need it.”

Mr McGowan also revealed Perth and Peel small businesses impacted by the Anzac Day weekend lockdown could apply for $2000 grants to assist with some of the costs incurred.

The small business lockdown assistance grants program will be available for about 15,000 businesses at an estimated cost of $31.8 million.

Sectors eligible to apply for a grants include:

  • Cafés and restaurants
  • Bars, pubs, taverns and nightclubs
  • Accommodation and sightseeing
  • Health and fitness centres, and gyms
  • Hairdressing and beauty services
  • Florists
  • Cinemas
  • Bakeries and catering services
  • Clubs (hospitality)
  • Specialised food retail
  • Food wholesalers
  • Creative industries and performing arts venues
  • Event equipment hire

Western Australia recorded three new cases of COVID-19 in hotel quarantine overnight — a man and woman both aged in their 30s and a child.

It brings the state’s total number of infections to 1013, including 28 active cases. One of them is in hospital.

There are currently 1819 people in Western Australia’s hotel quarantine system.

Health Minister Roger Cook said more than 90 per cent of all health care staff working in quarantine, more than 80 per cent of hotel workers and upward of 70 per cent of security guards had at least received one dose of the vaccine.

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COVID-19 third wave to affect children in India | Health News

New Delhi: While India is reeling under a deadly second COVID-19 wave,  Principal Scientific Adviser to the government K Vijay Raghavan has said on Wednesday that the third wave of the virus is inevitable.

“Phase three is inevitable given the higher levels of circulating virus, but it is not clear on what time-scale this phase three will occur. We should be prepared for new waves,” he said.

Experts are of the opinion that the third wave of the COVID-19 virus in India can affect children adversely.

According to experts, the first wave of the virus attacked the elderly, in the second wave more youth are affected and the third wave can be dangerous for children.

This age group is also more exposed to the virus as we do not have an approved vaccine to administer them yet in India.

Pfizer BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine has been approved to be given to kids between 12 to 15 years of age in Canada and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in USA is going to approve the vaccine for kids above 12 years by next week.

In India, there is already an acute shortage of the vaccine with only around 3 crore who have till now been administered both the doses of the vaccine, that is around 2 percent of the total population of India.

According to the US Chief Medical Officer Anthony Fauci, 85 percent of the country’s total population will have to be vaccinated to prevent the coronavirus from spreading.

The third wave is also expected to be more lethal. “The thing to understand here is that when the first wave of COVID came, the virus would kill the lungs in 10 days. In the second wave, this time period reduced from 5 to 7 days. And it is being said that in the third wave, it can be even 2 to 3 days,” reports DNA.

Maharashtra government and BrihanMumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) are already gearing up to face the third COVID-19 wave by setting up pediatric COVID care wards (care wards for kids) in Mumbai and elsewhere in the state.

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Selfies With Cricketers as Visiting Teams Practiced At Local Club During IPL 2021

IPL 2021 Suspended Live Updates: Selfies With Cricketers as Visiting Teams Practiced At Local Club During IPL 2021

IPL 2021 Suspended Live Updates:  Even as BCCI is trying to contain the fallout of IPL 2021, more shocking reports of the extend of the IPL 2021 Bio-bubble breaches are putting the board in a spot of bother. After news of bookies employed as cleaners at the Arun Jaitely Stadium, various reports claim a massive failure in maintaining the bubble after teams practising at the local club in Delhi came in contact with the general public.

But, it is not all gloom as the overseas players have started to fly out of the country. The Australians are flying to the Maldives and Sri Lanka before being allowed back to their country. A few of the England cricketers have already reached their country are in a mandatory 10-day quarantine. The Kiwis and West Indies players will be flying out soon enough while the South Africans too have no hassle in travelling to their country.

Only Mumbai Indians will be sending their overseas players by chartered flights. These flights will be leaving for New Zealand, West Indies via South Africa. According to Cricbuzz, they have invited other overseas players to join them. Mumbai Indians has a sizable population of Kiwi cricketers this includes Trent Boult, Adam Milne, James Neesham, Shane Bond and they are likely to be joined by other Kiwi cricketers from other teams. Meanwhile one aircraft will take off for Trinidad (where Kieron Pollard lives). It will travel to West Indies via Johannesburg in South Africa where they will offload a number of South African cricketers-Quinton de Kock and Marco Jansen. This flight will leave in the next 24 to 48 hours.

Sunrisers Hyderabad have told Cricbuzz that they have no clarity on the flight schedule. “We’re trying our best, but we don’t have clarity on this so far,” said an SRH manager on Tuesday. They have booked Go Air flights but they are struggling to fly to Barbados specifically. Meanwhile not all is doom and gloom. South Africa is still allowing flights, therefore South African cricketers must reach home with ease. Faf du Plessis has confirmed to the website that they are leaving for home in commercial flights. Meanwhile eight of the eleven English players have landed in London yesterday.

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Why Facebook Upheld Ban on Donald Trump and What’s Next

Facebook oversight board on Wednesday upheld the company’s suspension of former US President Donald Trump but said the company was wrong to make the suspension indefinite and gave it six months to determine a “proportionate response.” Trump called the decision and his banning across tech platforms “a total disgrace” and said the companies would “pay a political price.” The much-awaited board verdict has been watched for signals on how the world’s largest social media company will treat rule-breaking political leaders in the future, a key area of controversy for online platforms.

The board, created by Facebook to rule on a small slice of its content decisions, said the company was right to ban Trump following the January 6 storming of the US Capitol by Trump supporters. Facebook indefinitely blocked Trump’s access to his Facebook and Instagram accounts over concerns of further violent unrest following the January 6 riot. It enacted the suspension after removing two of Trump’s posts during the Capitol riot, including a video in which he said supporters should go home but reiterated his false claim of widespread voter fraud, saying “I know your pain. I know you’re hurt. We had an election that was stolen from us.”

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But the board said Facebook should not have imposed an indeterminate suspension without clear standards and said the company should determine a response consistent with rules applied to other users. It said Facebook could determine that Trump’s account could be restored, suspended temporarily or permanently banned. “Indefinite penalties of this sort do not pass the international or American smell test for clarity, consistency, and transparency,” said former federal Judge Michael McConnell, co-chair of the Oversight Board, during a press conference after publishing its decision on Wednesday.

In an interview with Reuters, board co-chair and former Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt said public figures should not be allowed to incite violence or create harm though their posts, but that Facebook “can’t just invent new sanctions as they go along.” In its decision, the board said Facebook refused to answer some of the 46 questions it posed, including those on how its news feed affected the visibility of Trump’s posts, and whether the company planned to look into how its technology amplified content as it had done in the events leading to the Capitol siege.

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The board said Facebook’s existing policies, such as deciding when material is too newsworthy to remove, need to be more clearly communicated to users. It also called on Facebook to develop a policy that governs how it handles novel situations where its existing rules would be insufficient to prevent imminent harm. See takeaways from the board’s decision. Facebook’s business has thrived during the controversy and its main source of revenue, advertising, has boomed as COVID-19 pandemic restrictions begin to ease in the United States, but lawmakers across the political spectrum have raised concerns about the power of Facebook and other social media, many calling for new regulations and some calling for breakups of big tech.

Trump called the move “an embarrassment to our Country,” and added that “Free Speech has been taken away from the President of the United States because the Radical Left Lunatics are afraid of the truth, but the truth will come out anyway, bigger and stronger than ever before.” At a Financial Times conference after the verdict, Nick Clegg, Facebook’s vice president of global affairs and communication, said the company would hope to resolve the matter “considerably faster” than six months.

Tech platforms have grappled in recent years with how to police world leaders and politicians that violate their guidelines. Facebook has come under fire both from those who think it should abandon its hands-off approach to political speech and those, including Republican lawmakers and some free-expression advocates who saw the Trump ban as a disturbing act of censorship. Facebook was one of a slew of social media sites that barred the former president, including Twitter, which banned him permanently, a move welcomed by some civil rights groups and social media researchers. Political leaders from German Chancellor Angela Merkel to U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders expressed concern that private companies could silence elected officials on their sites.

At the time of the suspension, Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg said “the risks of allowing the president to continue to use our service during this period are simply too great.” The company later referred the case to its recently established board, which includes academics, lawyers and rights activists. The binding verdict means Trump will not for now be able to return to Facebook’s platforms, where he had a combined 59 million followers across Facebook and Instagram. His campaign spent about $160 million on Facebook ads in 2020, according to Democratic digital firm Bully Pulpit Interactive’s campaign tracker.

On Tuesday, Trump launched a web page to share messages that readers can then re-post to their Facebook or Twitter accounts. A senior adviser has said Trump also plans to launch his own social media platform. Wednesday’s decision marks a milestone for the oversight board, which Facebook financed with $130 million. The body has been hailed as a novel experiment by some researchers but criticized by those who have been skeptical about its independence or view it as a PR stunt to deflect attention from the company’s more systemic problems.

“This verdict is a desperate attempt to have it both ways, upholding the ‘ban’ of Donald Trump without actually banning him, while punting any real decisions back to Facebook,” said a group of academics, experts and Facebook critics known as the “Real Facebook Oversight Board.”

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Rep. Steve Scalise speaks on House floor for first time since being shot

Rep. Steve Scalise speaks on House floor for first time since being shot – CBS News

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House Majority Whip Steve Scalise surprised his colleagues by returning to the House chamber on Capitol Hill and delivering a speech for the first time since he was shot at a baseball field in suburban Washington. Charlie Rose and Norah O’Donnell anchor this CBS News Special Report.

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Tamil actor and comedian Pandu dies of COVID-19 complications

Tamil actor and comedian Pandu, known for his excellent comic timing and witty dialogues in films, died from complications arising from COVID-19 on May 6. He was 74 and is survived by his wife and three sons. His wife is in the ICU battling the infection now.

According to reports, Pandu was admitted to a private hospital in Chennai after testing positive for the virus.

Earlier this week, South Indian director KV Anand died of COVID-19 too.

Producer and distributor G Dhananjayan took to Twitter to share the grim news.

“Better to switch off from all social media for sometime. Very shocking to read this morning news. #RIPPandu sir, one of the finest human beings & actors. Going to be on home quarantine for some days. Be safe at home friends. Take care. Very challenging days ahead,” he tweeted.

Pandu, who made his acting debut in 1970 with ‘Maanavan’, has acted in dozens of blockbusters including ‘Kadhal Kottai’, ‘Panakkaran’, ‘Pokkiri’, and ‘Vali’. He was last seen in ‘Indha Nilai Maarum’.

Apart from films, he had a keen interest in designing logos. The actor designed the iconic flag of the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (ADMK) and Tamil Nadu tourism logo.

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Petrol, Diesel Prices Hiked For Third Consecutive Day

Today, on May 6, 2021 petrol prices in Delhi stands at Rs. 90.99 per litre, witnessing a steep hike of 25 paise over a day before, while diesel rates went up by 30 paise, currently standing at Rs. 81.42 per litre.

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Fuel prices have gone up for the third consecutive day after remaining unchanged for 18 days

Petrol and diesel prices have witnessed a hike for the third consecutive day today, after remaining unchanged for 18 days, between April 6 to May 3, 2021. Today, on May 6, 2021 petrol prices in Delhi stands at ₹ 90.99 per litre, witnessing a steep hike of 25 paise over a day before, while diesel rates went up by 30 paise, currently standing at ₹ 81.42 per litre. At the same time, in the country’s financial capital, Mumbai, petrol prices have reached 97.34 per litre, while diesel prices have touched ₹ 88.49 per litre mark, witnessing a price hike of 22 paise and 30 paise, respectively.

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As for other metro cities, petrol prices in Kolkata today have gone up to ₹ 91.14 per litre, a hike of 22 paise, while diesel prices have touched ₹ 84.25 per litre after receiving a hike of 28 paise. Chennai, on the other hand, saw a 20 paise hike in petrol prices, reaching ₹ 92.90 per litre mark, while diesel rates went up by 26 paise, at ₹ 86.35 per litre.


In Mumbai Mumbai, petrol prices have reached 97.34 per litre, while diesel prices have touched ₹ 88.49 per litre mark

Also Read: Petrol And Diesel Prices Hiked Across India After 18-Day Pause

City Petrol Diesel
Delhi ₹ 90.99 ₹ 81.42
Mumbai ₹ 97.34 ₹ 88.49
Chennai ₹ 92.90 ₹ 86.35
Kolkata ₹ 91.14 ₹ 84.26
Bengaluru ₹ 94.01 ₹ 86.31
Hyderabad ₹ 94.57 ₹ 88.77

At the same time, in Bengaluru, petrol prices today reached up to Rs 94.01 per litre after a hike of 24 paise, while diesel has become expensive by 30 paise at ₹ 86.31 per litre. At the same time, petrol prices in Hyderabad went up by 23 paise at ₹ 94.57 per litre, while diesel prices in the city saw a hike of 31 paise at ₹ 88.77 per litre. In the last three days, petrol prices have gone up by nearly up to 60 paise and diesel price by up to 75 paise.


Diesel prices have reached ₹ 88.77 per litre in Hyderabad, the highest among all metros


Indian Oil Corporation, Bharat Petroleum, and Hindustan Petroleum are the three leading oil marketing companies. Changes in fuel prices are implemented at 6 am every day. The prices are determined as per global benchmarks of crude oil rates, and by taking changes in the foreign exchange rates into account. The fuel rates vary from state to state in the country due to the value-added tax or VAT.

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SA jumps first hurdle to legalise euthanasia

After 17 attempts, euthanasia is one step closer to being legalised in South Australia after a bill passed the upper house overnight.

After six hours of deliberating, the Voluntary Assisted Dying (VAD) Bill was passed in the chamber at 11.30pm on Wednesday.

There have been 17 attempts in more than 25 years to pass a euthanasia bill. None of them made it past the Legislative Council until now, making it the first time in the state’s history that a law of its kind was passed in a chamber of parliament.

The votes for the bill massively outweighed those against, 14-7.

The proposed law will now be introduced in the lower house for another vote.

If passed, South Australia will be the fourth state to pass legislation to allow voluntary assisted dyingbehind Victoria, Western Australia and Tasmania.

Under the proposed bill, voluntary assisted dying can be accessed by people who are over the age of 18, have lived in SA for at least one year and have been diagnosed with an incurable disease, illness or medical condition and are expected to die within weeks or months.

During Wednesday night’s discussion, the bill was also amended to ensure that doctors could not treat patients who were family members or benefit from the death.

Kyam Maher, who proposed the bill, said it was a “monumental day” for the “dying with dignity” bill to pass the upper house, and he looked forward to the further debate in the lower house.

“It was quite an emotional debate in the couple of weeks we have been considering this bill,” he said.

“Members of parliament are just like anyone else, we’re formed on our experiences, what we’ve seen and lived … the debate was very respectful and many members talked about their own personal experiences.

“Three-and-a-half years ago watching my mother suffer from the end stages of pancreatic cancer shifted me from merely being supportive to someone who made a commitment that I needed to do everything in my power to make this a reality.”

Mr Maher said the difference between the most recent bill and the past 16 was the state wouldn’t be the first to pass the legislation.

He said he expected the vote in the lower house to be close and was feeling nervous about the result.

“This is a conscious vote so every MP in the House of Assembly will decide how they vote based on their views and life experiences, so I think it will be close but I’m looking forward to this progressing.”

Deputy Opposition Leader Susan Close said South Australians expected the parliament to make a final decision as quickly as possible, which could be as soon as a few weeks.

“We don’t know how that vote will go, but we do know that over 80 per cent of people in SA are looking forward to this legislation passing,” she said.

“There is a high expectation that people have a right to control their final moments when they are in their darkest times and that parliamentarians don’t stand in their way.”

Premier Steven Marshall said he believed it was in the parliament’s interest to swiftly deal with the matter and was looking into how it could be advanced.

“I know the debate last night in the Legislative Council was respectful. I hope that is the exact same arrangement we have in the House of Assembly,” he said.

“It’s my intention to bring that legislation to the House of Assembly as quickly as we can.”

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