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Amazing Online Shopping Sites in Australia: Health & Beauty

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Are you looking to find the best online stores in Australia? Then you’ve come to the right
place. We compiled a list of the 5 best Online Shopping sites in Australia, value for money
and customer service experience.

1. Discover the best in beauty from top brands. Shop online now to redeem rewards and free samples. Sephora
Free shipping above $65!  Buy now, pay later with Afterpay.

https://www.sephora.com.au/

 

2. VisionDirect Buy 80000+ designer sunglasses & glasses online. Top Brands, Best Prices! Plus Free Shipping and 100 day returns.

https://www.visiondirect.com.au/

 

3. Chemist Direct Offers a Wide Range of Discounted Pharmacy & Chemist Products. Australia’s Chemist Direct
Leading Discount Chemist. Huge Range at the Lowest Prices. Free Delivery Over $99.

https://www.chemistdirect.com.au/

 

4. Free Shipping & Afterpay! Official Stockist of 200+ beauty brands. Shop Skincare, Haircare & Adore Beauty
Makeup. Official Stockist. 200+ Best Beauty Brands. Free Shipping. 100% Australian Owned.
Brands: Alpha H, asap, Aesop, Jane Iredale, Kerastase, Dermalogica, Skinstitut, Jurlique.

https://www.adorebeauty.com.au/

 

5. iHerb offers the same reputable national brands found at many retail or online channels. Be assured iHerb
that all products are stored and shipped exclusively by them. Website is also free of 3rd party sellers.
https://au.iherb.com/

 

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What’s on in Issue 056?

What’s behind Melbourne’s anti-lockdown protests

Protests started last week after Victoria’s government first mandated COVID-19 vaccines for construction workers, and then shut the building industry down for two weeks.

Australia lower rare AstraZeneca-related clots mortality 

In Australia, 11.3 million doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine — now called Vaxzevria — have been administered, with a total of 141 people developing a confirmed or probable case of TTS linked to the jab.

Fraudulent ivermectin studies open up new battleground

Ivermectin has never been proven as an effective Covid treatment, and studies that said it was have been either poorly conducted, too small for their findings to be applied more widely or outright faked. Yet the drug’s popularity has soared.

Frustrating delays in Australian certification

As hospital admittance numbers grow in NSW and Victoria as both states battle to contain outbreaks of the Delta variant, the need to bolster nursing numbers has again been thrust into the spotlight.

Weekly COVID news at a glance

  • Half of Australians aged 16 and over fully vaccinated
  • Only 9 percent refuse vaccination
  • Queensland premier’s ‘sarcastic’ comment?
  • Improve healthcare for multicultural communities
  • Vaccinated international students to return to NSW
  • Some Australians missed heart checks

Worldwide news

  • Germany is ending quarantine pay for unvaccinated
  • Singapore to expand booster shots
  • Replacing unvaccinated health workers
  • Unvaccinated Brazil President eats pizza on NY sidewalk
  • Italy backs shots for pregnant women from second trimester
  • Ireland ends hotel quarantine for inbound travelers

COVID vaccines myth busting #7

  • Vaccines cause autism?
  • Infant immune systems can’t handle so many vaccines?
  • Natural immunity is better than vaccine-acquired immunity?
  • Better hygiene and sanitation are actually responsible for decreased infections, not vaccines.

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Melbourne Eats (Takeaway Edition)

Casa Nata/Hunted & Gathered/Gong De Lin/BIO by DOC

   

   

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How groups react to VIC roadmap to reopen

Melbourne’s lockdown will be lifted once 70% of Victorian adults are fully vaccinated against Covid, expected about 26 October, the Victorian premier Daniel Andrews announced on Sunday.

How Hume became the centre of Victoria’s Delta outbreak

By last Friday, there were 1,646 cases in the City of Hume, more than a third of all infections in Melbourne. Meanwhile vaccination rates are among the lowest in the state.

Seven-day home quarantine for NSW international arrivals

New South Wales will introduce a home quarantine “pilot” for international arrivals as part of a plan to begin opening international borders even as parts of the state returned to lockdown.

Weekly COVID news at a glance

  • Shepparton shares hope
  • Melbourne anti-lockdown Protest
  • Welfare recipients struggle with cost of living
  • Sydney’s hotspots awake to relaxed restrictions
  • Pregnant Women forced to Isolate
  • Victoria pharmacies prepare to administer Moderna

Worldwide news at a glance

  • WHO says Covid misinformation is a major factor
  • Dubai dog squad sniffs out Covid from sweat
  • Dutch to end social distancing rule
  • India may resume vaccine exports to Africa
  • Portugal the most fully vaccinated country
  • World first for AI and machine learning to treat Covid patients

COVID vaccines myth busting #6

  • How long will the COVID-19 vaccine last once I have had 2 doses?
  • Will we need to get a COVID-19 booster shot each year?
  • Were COVID-19 vaccines rushed through approvals or given emergency use authorisations in Australia?

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Melbourne Eats (Takeaway Edition)

Pidapipó

Hawker Chan

Meet Sando

Fruits of Passion

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Singapore shows nothing is guaranteed to return normal

Having passed the 80 per cent double-vaccination mark last month, the example of Singapore suggests that achieving a milestone coveted by Australia is not a guarantee of returning to anything like pre-pandemic life.

Indigenous Australians is targeted

Last week, as case numbers in the Covid-ravaged regional New South Wales town of Wilcannia soared, a broadcaster at the local radio station, Brendon Adams, received an offer in an email.

Vaccination certificates at risk of forgery

The federal government’s COVID-19 vaccination certificate can be forged using a widely known technique to bypass the protections.

Giving up his retirement plans to fight COVID-19

Jamal Rifi loves his front yard. Its neat circular driveway, walking outside in the morning to see sun and greenery. But for the past 18 months, he hasn’t seen the green because it has been covered by two enormous tents.

Weekly COVID news

  • Melbourne’s North and West still a concern
  • Pregnant Women Urged to get Vaccinated
  • Sydney social housing towers residents protest ‘overpolicing’
  • Tony Abbott cops $500 fine
  • New campaign targets unvaccinated
  • Australia secures extra Moderna

Worldwide news

  • South Africa introduced vaccine passport
  • UK will scrap vaccine passport plan
  • More than 100,000 vaccines from Italy to Iraq
  • Denmark lifts restrictions as vaccinations top 80%
  • US podcast star taking deworming drug ivermectin for Covid
  • Australia secures extra Moderna
  • Canadian anti-vaxxers hit Justin Trudeau

COVID vaccines myth busting #5

  • Will the flu vaccine protect me from getting COVID-19?
  • Do fit and healthy people have to get vaccinated?
  • Do people have to receive two doses and do they have to be the same type of COVID-19 vaccine for it to be effective?
  • How long does it take to have immunity after vaccination?

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Robata

+39 Pizzeria

Flora Indian Restaurant

Hella Good

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