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As Sydney enters another 4 weeks of inside home orders, PM Morrison still cannot guarantee 'no future lockdowns'. Vaccines are certainly helping with the lockdown, but they won't stop the lockdown.
Australia is currently at a 196,000 a day vaccine rate. Almost 40% of Australians have now had their first dose. Almost 18% of Australians are on a second dose. So, the rate is massively up. The Victorian Government has done an excellent job boosting their vaccine levels. PM believes that once vaccines are rolled out, the pace keeps increasing, but everybody needs to cooperate. While the government can only offer, only people can take it. So, the vaccination rate thresholds need to go up soon to that next phase.
In terms of the supply of vaccines, Australia is now achieving more than a million a week. Those under second doses are now advised to get their AstraZeneca second dose between 4-12 weeks. Lifting those AstraZeneca vaccine rates in NSW as per PM will prove helpful with the super spreader Delta Variant.
Morrison expects to see the NSW economy turn around quickly. Going quickly with vaccination, he believes, must be the new mode of operation. PM Morrison believes it is essential to boost the AstraZeneca vaccine, in line with the new advice from the immunisation advisory body. It's the most recognised COVID-19 vaccine in the world, and PM believes it can save a lot of lives in NSW and across the country.
Cheers to fortune, camel milk flew off the shelves during the corona pandemic
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The global market for camel milk benefits from the Corona pandemic by increasing demand. Although camel milk may make some people's noses wrinkle, customers and investors adore it, and immune-boosting goods flew off the shelves during the pandemic.
Moreover, Good Earth Dairy, a WA-based camel farm, estimates a 20% spike in global demand. The Australian Camel Industry Association, Camel milk has five times the vitamin C and ten times the iron than there in in cow milk.
Good Earth Dairy's founder and CEO Marcel Steingiesser says,
Camel milk is becoming widely popular in Singapore, despite its high price of roughly $19 per litre than just $4 for cow milk. Customers aren't frightened of high prices across much of Asia and the United States, according to Steingiesser.
Steingiesser, on the other hand, intends to cut costs as much as feasible at home. While the few camel milk sellers in Australia charge an average of $10 per litre, Good Earth Dairy intends to raise $1 million in equity to reduce the price to $2 per litre.
Australia to face different challenges in Tokyo Olympics 2021 today
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On Sunday, Australia would play a significant role in garnering accolades in the Tokyo 2021 Olympics. The Country will be witnessing its participance in Men’s high jump, table tennis against Germany, Men’s 25m rapid fire pistol shooting, Women’s 470 sailing race, Men’s 470 sailing race, Women Water polo against South Africa, Finn Sailing and Narca 17 Sailing.
Esports Mogul (ASX:ESH) to host the IESF EILAT 2021 13th Esports World Championship series
Esports Mogul Limited (ASX:ESH), owner of an advanced pure-play online esports tournament and match-making platform, provided an update on the Company’s operations as well as its cash flow for the quarter ended 30 June 2021 (Q2 2021).
The stock traded last at AU$0.008 per share.