Australia COVID LIVE updates July 31th 2021

Australia COVID LIVE updates July 31th 2021: Sydney CBD prohibition zone set up; Queensland reports lockdown

Bankstown Sports Club opens as inoculation facility for occupants in south-west Sydney

By Jenny Noyes

Bankstown inhabitants would now be able to appear at be immunized at their neighborhood sports club, after its dance hall was changed over into an immunization facility that can give up to 1000 pokes every day.

The center opened around early afternoon yesterday, and has since given COVID-19 inoculations to almost 200 individuals. It will be open seven days seven days, 8am-5pm.

Bankstown Sports Club CEO Mark Condi said while the club was shut because of the current wellbeing orders, “we have offered our offices to South Western Sydney Local Health District in the expectation it will assume a little part in supporting the basic work they are doing and assist with boosting the inoculation rates to keep our local area protected a lot.

“The nearby local area has consistently been the foundation of Bankstown Sports Club and we have a solid feeling of obligation to do all that we can to guarantee their security and prosperity,” he said.


“We trust this move will assist with pushing the numbers the correct way so we would all be able to return life back to typical quickly.”

It comes in the midst of plans for chapels, mosques and other public venues to change over into spring up immunization facilities in Sydney’s COVID-19 areas of interest.

Another mass inoculation center will open at Qudos Bank Arena in Homebush on August 9, to be utilized to immunize Year 12 understudies more than five days. It will then, at that point stay an inoculation center for the overall population, regulating AstraZeneca.

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian said the set-up of mass immunization centers across the state would before long have the option to oversee up to 350,000 dosages per week, up from a prior limit of 60,000 portions per week.


Victoria proclaims portions of South-East Queensland a red-zone from 8pm

By Abbir Dib

The Victorian CHO has announced 11 Queensland neighborhood government regions (LGA) a red zone following pieces of South-East Queensland entering lockdown.

The accompanying Queensland LGAs become a red zone at 8pm around evening time:

City of Brisbane

Moreton Bay Regional Council

City of Gold Coast

City of Ipswich

Lockyer Valley Regional Council

Logan City

Noosa Shire Council

Redland City

Beautiful Rim Regional Council

Somerset Regional Council

Daylight Coast Regional Council

Anybody entering Victoria after 8pm this evening from these LGAs need a red zone grant expecting them to get tried and isolate for 14 days.

Those entering Victoria before 8pm this evening should get tried inside 72 hours and stay separated until an adverse outcome is gotten.


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