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Sydney And Melbourne, Australia's Largest Cities, Have Ramped Up Their Immunisation Drives As The Country Struggles To Contain A Third Wave Of Infections Fuelled By The Highly Infectious Delta Variant, Putting Nearly Half Of The 25 Million Population Under Strict Stay-at-home Orders.

Australia COVID-19 cases rise but vaccination surge gives hope Health workers provide coronavirus disease (COVID-19) testing and vaccinations to residents of surrounding public housing towers in the Redfern suburb, where authorities are working to contain an emerging cluster of cases, as a widespread lockdown continues in Sydney, Australia, September 16, 2021. REUTERS/Loren Elliott SYDNEY, Sept 16 (Reuters) - Australia's Victoria state reported its biggest one-day rise in COVID-19 cases of the year on Thursday as a surge in vaccinations nationwide raised hope for easing restrictions with almost 70% of the adult population having had a first dose. Victoria, home to the city of Melbourne, detected 514 new infections, exceeding the year's previous daily high of 473 on Monday. Sydney and Melbourne, Australia's largest cities, have ramped up their immunisation drives as the country struggles to contain a third wave of infections fuelled by the highly infectious Delta variant, putting nearly half of the 25 million population under strict stay-at-home orders. Still, Australia's coronavirus infection rates are far lower than those in many other countries, with some 80,000 cases and 1,128 deaths, and authorities are promising to relax many tough curbs, perhaps next month, after more people get both of their vaccine shots. "That 70% double dose and 80% double dose mark is within plain sight. Keep going Australia," Prime Minister Scott Morrison said during a media briefing in Canberra. Under a reopening plan unveiled in July, the federal government will urge states and territories to start living with the virus once those high targets are reached. To now, 44% of people over the age of 16 are fully vaccinated while 69% have had at least one dose. Officials in New South Wales, at the heart of the country's worst coronavirus outbreak, implored its residents to get their shots soon as they reported 12 new deaths from the virus, with 10 of them people who were not vaccinated. A total of 1,351 new cases were detected in the state, the majority in its capital, Sydney, up from 1,259. A nightly curfew in Sydney's 12 hard-hit western suburbs ended on Wednesday night amid higher vaccinations. In Victoria, first-dose coverage will hit 70% on Friday, officials said, when some curbs on travel and outdoor exercise in Melbourne will be eased. read more Melbourne's 5 million residents have been stuck in their sixth lockdown, the most in any Australian city since the pandemic began. An anti-lockdown protest is being planned in Melbourne over the weekend and authorities are looking to avert it by halting public transport and deploying thousands of police. read more Reporting by Renju Jose; Editing by Sam Holmes, Robert Birsel

https://www.reuters.com/world/asia-pacific/melbourne-readies-anti-lockdown-protest-covid-19-cases-surge-2021-09-15/ [Finance]

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Bulldogs Open Ole Miss Fall Invite with Eight Wins OXFORD, MISS. — Georgia swept the morning doubles and four Bulldogs notched singles wins Friday on the opening day of the Ole Miss Fall Invite. all notched singles victories on day one. No. 66 Coppoc defeated Reka Zadori of Ole Miss in straight sets (6-3, 6-3). Hertel topped Ole Miss' Ludmila Kareisova in a thrilling 7-3 third-set tie-breaker. Freshmen Grant and Reasco each notched their first collegiate singles wins this afternoon. Grant beat Lillian Gabrielson of Ole Miss (6-0, 3-6, 6-4), while Reasco defeated Ole Miss' Rachel Krzyzak in the final match of the day, (4-6, 6-1, 6-2).  lost back-and-forth matches in the third set. In doubles, all four Georgia teams won. The freshmen tandem of Grant and Nirudorn jumped on Orefice and Cheshire of Alabama to win, 6-0, while seniors and Clayton defeated Gudiseva and Zadori of Ole Miss, 6-1. Coppoc and Hertel defeated Alabama's Hiser and Bencheikh, 6-4, while Ma and Reasco defeated Alabama's Sedlackova and Parkhomenko, 6-3.  . "It was the first match of the fall for a few of the girls and Mell's first match playing in Red and Black." "Mell did a great job resetting after her first set and was controlling most of the points by the end of the match." said Bernstein. "Anna brought great energy all day in both singles and doubles. She was playing relentlessly aggressive and she's finding her stride. Morgan took a step forward today from last week and I think we will continue to see her grow throughout her fall and fifth year." The Bulldogs will be back in action tomorrow at the Ole Miss Fall Invite. Doubles is set to begin at 10:00 a.m. ET with singles play scheduled for the afternoon.

https://georgiadogs.com/news/2021/9/24/womens-tennis-bulldogs-open-ole-miss-fall-invite-with-eight-wins.aspx

For a full schedule and to pre-register, go to the LSU Health Shreveport website at www.lsuhs.edu . A third vaccine shot, or booster this shot, is available at the LSUHS North Campus location only to eligible individuals that are immunocompromised or at high risk. Those who would like to receive a booster shot from LSU Health Shreveport and received your previous vaccinations from a different location, are asked to pre-register at www.lsuhs.edu/covid19/vaccine . Those who have had the Moderna or Johnson & Johnson vaccine are asked to wait before getting the booster shot while the Center for Disease Control reviews the research. “Wait for now,” Vanchiere suggests. “The CDC and the FDA said it’s okay to cross over between those. It is in certain situations. For instance, if you’ve gotten Moderna and you are about to go on a month’s trip to wherever, Europe, or the Middle East, or some other place, and you want to get a booster before you go, it’s okay to get a Pfizer dose.” Frontline workers are considered high-priority, including teachers, nursing home workers, and health care providers, meaning they meet the necessary qualifications to get the Pfizer booster shot. Download the ArkLaTexHomepage app  to keep up with the latest top stories, breaking news, weather, sports, and more!

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