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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 047?

 

NSW Covid outbreak doesn’t look good

Amid the politicking, blaming and panicked rhetoric of NSW’s daily Covid update, there was a surprising number of insights into why the state is struggling to bring this outbreak under control, and what’s coming.

 

AstraZeneca urged by ATAGI for adults in NSW

All adults in Greater Sydney should “strongly consider” getting vaccinated with any available vaccine, including AstraZeneca, Australia’s expert vaccines body says. The Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation (ATAGI) said the new advice was being issued because of the increasing risk of COVID-19 in the city, and emerging data on the severity of the Delta strain.

 

An accounting student in her 30s has been remembered as “hardworking” and “an amazing friend” after her death from COVID-19. Adriana Midori Takara, 38, had no underlying health conditions but the Brazilian national’s condition deteriorated quickly after contracting the Delta strain. She died in the early hours of Sunday at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney’s inner west, about 10 days after contracting the virus.

 

Weekly covid news in Australia

  • Potential community transmission
  • Pregnant women now eligible to vaccination
  • “No-questions-asked” mental health days
  • 2021 Victorian Multicultural Awards for Excellence
  • Trans-Tasman bubble on paused
  • Racism against Australian Muslims

 

Worldwide COVID news

  • Bali running out of oxygen
  • Malaysia’s cases top 1 million
  • Match cancelled as more athletes test positive
  • Anti-lockdown protests
  • Germany considers restrictions for unvaccinated

 

Being 40 years old, Alyssa Kent never expected to have a massive stroke and end up in a coma.  But that’s what happened after Alyssa suffered a rare case of blood clotting as a result of having the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine. She still believes vaccinating the population is the best way for Australia to emerge from the pandemic.

 

A growing list of countries have switched up their vaccination strategies in recent weeks as they race to control surges in Delta COVID-19 cases. Several countries have been relying on China’s Sinovac vaccinations. But Jin Dong-Yan, professor of molecular virology at the University of Hong Kong, told the ABC the effectiveness of Sinovac could become a concern.

 

The number of infections since the Delta variant was first identified in the eastern suburbs last month is approaching 2,000. Daily updates show figures in several key COVID indicators are climbing. Ms Berejiklian said she would be working hard over the weekend on a blueprint out of the crisis.

 

With the 2021 Tokyo Olympics has begun, let’s take a look at some interesting facts about the Summer Games which will take you by surprise.

 

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What’s on in Issue 046?

 

Lockdown in NSW and Victoria

After installing tougher stay-at-home measures, NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian said on Monday that the government was “throwing everything” it had at stemming its COVID-19 outbreak after the state recorded 98 new cases. /

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has confirmed the state’s lockdown will not be lifted on Tuesday night, but he has not given a timeframe on when it will lift. In his word, Daniel Andrews is reiterating the lockdown will “only last for as long as it needs to”.

 

Language miscommunication or thoughtless act?

Iraqi removalists accused of driving to regional NSW despite being told one had Covid-19 reveal why they kept working until police escorted them home – as they blame a language mix-up.

 

Far right British commentator Katie Hopkins is set to be deported after bragging on social media about flouting COVID safety rules while in hotel quarantine in Sydney. Home Affairs Minister Karen Andrews confirmed that Ms Hopkins’ visa had been cancelled.

 

Weekly covid news in Australia

  • Tougher measures in NSW
  • Federal Support to Victorians
  • Midura first case in 15 months
  • Digital Exclusion
  • Women-only Mental Health Hospital
  • Advice to pregnant women

 

Worldwide COVID news

  • Professor Turnell detained in Covid Myanmar
  • UK 100,000 cases ‘almost inevitable’
  • Pfizer Generated 10 Times More Antibodies Than Sinovac
  • Indonesia as Asia’s new Covid-19 epicentre
  • Hajj in Mecca during the COVID pandemic
  • Rugby League World Cup 2021 go ahead at pandemic

 

Close to 1 million doses landed in Australia overnight as part of the nation’s vaccine ramp-up, with more than 800,000 landing in Sydney and almost 100,000 in Melbourne.

 

Here are 5 tips that will help you adapt to the internet “new normal” that is prevailing during this pandemic.

 

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What’s on in Issue 045?

 

Slim chance to unlock in NSW

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian says the state needs to get the number of people who are infectious while out in the community down to zero, as the state records 112 new locally acquired infections.

 

Deal controversy

Claims former prime minister Kevin Rudd helped Australia’s Pfizer supply have been quashed after a letter from him to PM Scott Morrison appeared to reveal just how Australia’s vaccine rollout went wrong.

 

Although the virus does not discriminate, policy responses – whether because of conscious or unconscious bias – can. There were no helicopters and police swarming over Bondi when the Delta strain started spreading. There was no cavalry of police in the northern beaches last Christmas. An extra 100 police officers have been deployed across southwest Sydney in response to the growing number of Delta strain Covid cases in greater Sydney.

 

Weekly covid news in Australia

  • VIC broader closed to NSW and ACT
  • New vaccine ad campaign
  • Nominations open for Victorian Senior of the Year Awards
  • New vaccination program to care workers
  • Big businesses sites to be vaccination hubs
  • Vaccine eligibility for food delivery workers

 

Worldwide COVID news

  • Jakarta residents have antibodies against COVID-19
  • Tokyo Olympics will run without audience
  • Pfizer called for the US vaccine booster
  • Russia covid cases is dominating by Delta
  • Italian Government is sued by 500 families
  • 2M Sinovac vaccines delivered to Zimbabwe

 

Prime Minister Scott Morrison appeared to have made a “captain’s call” last Thursday by encouraging people in New South Wales outbreak areas to have their AstraZeneca booster closer to eight weeks after their initial shot rather than wait for the generally recommended 12 weeks. Whereas according to ATAGI’s concern, and that of some other vaccine experts, is if you have your booster shot earlier than 12 weeks, your body won’t develop enough immunity to reliably protect you from serious disease. Confused? Here is what we know so far.

 

The 49-year-old doctor has again been called upon to talk about the COVID-19 vaccine to a group of refugees and migrants in Langford, in Perth’s eastern suburbs. Having fielded questions from different cultural groups for the past year, she knows their concerns won’t just be about the risk of rare blood clots.

 

After another turbulent financial year, here are the answers to some of the key questions about 2020-21 tax returns.

 

Experts say that boosting your immune system may also give you an edge in staying healthy. Here are five smart steps to add to your to-do list now.

 

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