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A Russian medic checks the temperature of passengers arriving from Italy on a plane at Sheremetyevo airport outside Moscow. But some of the rules and regulations introduced by countries across the planet (all in the name of science, of course) warrant no further comment. Concerned locals told The Age they were forced to call police as guards were unable to stop residents leaving the home five days after the state government was made aware of the cluster. In fact, cash is the most common payment method for lower income households and people over 65.

So is it reasonable to fear cash?

Victoria's daily outbreak figures are in. The data recorded an additional 70 deaths, taking the total to 6277.

Police guarded the front and back entrances of the residence to ensure the man does not leave. “Our transport crew are taking extra hygiene precautions - wearing gloves, sanitising vehicles and ATMs, and maintaining social distancing requirements," Annette said. Take standard flu hygiene precautions and wash hands with soap after using any form of payment – cash, smartphone, credit card or payment terminal – to reduce the risk of infection. There have been more than 21.7 million coronavirus cases worldwide, according to the Johns Hopkins University tally. An outbreak at Japara Goonawarra in Sunbury has grown by 13 since Sunday, bringing it to a total of 100.

Victoria records 75 new COVID-19 cases Credit: AAP.

Victorians, he said, like all Australians, had a reputation as tenacious and resilient "or indeed, as you might say in Australia, [they are] made of tough stuff.". Police guarded the front and back entrances of the residence to ensure the man does not leave.Credit:Erin Pearson. The Athletic Association of the Great Public Schools of NSW, also known as GPS, announced the news on Tuesday after NSW Health said sporting competitions that brought together schools from different parts of Sydney would need to be suspended. A cluster at Cumberland Manor Aged Care Facility in Sunshine has grown by six cases to 99. However, referring to the bushfires and Victoria’s second wave of the coronavirus pandemic, he said that toughness had been put to a harsh test. He had already travelled through several suburbs beyond the 5km limit. More than 86,000 fans attended the final. “A senior school student is currently being tested for the virus and we are awaiting the results.

Victorian healthcare workers want the state to guarantee automatic WorkCover compensation for COVID-19, as they warn of being put at unnecessary risk of exposure. The NRL has hit the Broncos and 10 of its players with fines totalling $140,000 for breaching biosecurity protocols during a pub visit. The public will learn new details about what happened inside troubled quarantine hotels when security guards, returned travellers and officials responsible for infection control front the hotel quarantine inquiry later this week.

Another Melbourne school has closed for at least two days while a senior school student awaits their results from coronavirus testing. Recalling his relationship with Victoria that began with a "very happy six months" as a student 54 years ago at Geelong Grammar’s Timbertop campus in the state’s high country near Mount Buller, Prince Charles declared he had built a "special fondness" for Victoria. The global death toll passed 775,000, and cases have passed the 21.9 million mark. Eleven additional cases bring that cluster to 210 cases. Not accepting cash excludes those without access to digital payment methods. About a dozen police guarded the front and back entrances of the residence to ensure the man does not leave. The Prince of Wales – himself a former sufferer of COVID 19 – has reached for poetry to reassure Victorians that despite the darkness brought upon them by the coronavirus pandemic, better times will return. There are two more cases at Outlook Gardens Aged Care Facility in Dandenong North (111) and one more at Kirkbrae Presbyterian Homes in Kilsyth (131). The Philippines' health ministry on Tuesday confirmed 4836 novel coronavirus infections, the seventh straight day of reporting more than 3000 cases, and seven additional deaths. The Broncos' season from hell has just gotten worse. Can people catch the COVID-19 virus from cash? We have made our live blog of the coronavirus pandemic free for all readers. For Wednesday's live coverage, click here. Australia's deadliest day of the pandemic on Monday, heard further details about how the state's second wave began, has contracted coronavirus from an international traveller staying at the Marriott Hotel in Circular Quay, asked for states to be lenient with their border restrictions, Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk says she is unlikely to let Victorians in before Christmas, he most likely contracted from an international traveller staying at the Marriott Hotel in Circular Quay, the same support offered to NSW and Queensland to establish and maintain their hotel quarantine regimes was available to Victoria, want the state to guarantee automatic WorkCover compensation for COVID-19, but COVID-19 has also "created new opportunities" for corruption to occur, because the common cold and seasonal flu have "virtually disappeared" from Victoria, Victoria has recorded 222 new coronavirus cases and 17 deaths related on Tuesday.