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The government will unveil on Wednesday a package of coronavirus health measures, including a network of respiratory clinics, a new Medicare item for tele-consultations, and a communications campaign.The government will unveil on Wednesday a package of coronavirus health measures, including a network of respiratory clinics, a new Medicare item for tele-consultations, and a communications campaign.

Morrison government funds 'pop up' testing clinics and tele-consultations in $2.4 billion COVID-19 health package

Morrison government funds 'pop up' testing clinics and tele-consultations in $2.4 billion COVID-19 health package

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Health Minister Greg Hunt has flagged the possibility of travel restrictions for Italy. Health Minister Greg Hunt has flagged the possibility of travel restrictions for Italy.

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The Morrison government has announced a $2.4 billion coronavirus response package including pop-clinics and bulk-billing of phone consultations with GPs.The Morrison government has announced a $2.4 billion coronavirus response package including pop-clinics and bulk-billing of phone consultations with GPs.

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Australia is reviewing its travel advisories to Italy after the spread of COVID-19 forced the country into a total lockdown. Health Minister Greg Hunt said any changes to the advice will handed down within 24 hours. “We have done that obviously on the basis of the growth in cases over the last 48 hours in particular, and with regards to Italy's own decisions,” he said. The number of Australian cases of COVID-19 has risen to at least 100, and three people have died from the disease. Chief Medical Officer Brendan Murphy assured the situation in Australia has remained “much the same”. “In Australia, our situation is very much the same as it's been over the last few days.” Image: News Corp AustraliaAustralia is reviewing its travel advisories to Italy after the spread of COVID-19 forced the country into a total lockdown. Health Minister Greg Hunt said any changes to the advice will handed down within 24 hours. “We have done that obviously on the basis of the growth in cases over the last 48 hours in particular, and with regards to Italy's own decisions,” he said. The number of Australian cases of COVID-19 has risen to at least 100, and three people have died from the disease. Chief Medical Officer Brendan Murphy assured the situation in Australia has remained “much the same”. “In Australia, our situation is very much the same as it's been over the last few days.” Image: News Corp Australia

Doctors and patients have described Australia’s coronavirus testing as a “shambles”, with confusing and conflicting information provided by health authorities potentially risking a greater spread of the deadly virus.Doctors and patients have described Australia’s coronavirus testing as a “shambles”, with confusing and conflicting information provided by health authorities potentially risking a greater spread of the deadly virus.

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Pop-up respiratory clinics in areas of need and bulk-billed video conference sessions will be available from Friday, along with a $30 million public health campaign.Pop-up respiratory clinics in areas of need and bulk-billed video conference sessions will be available from Friday, along with a $30 million public health campaign.

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The Australian government has announced a $2.4billion package to help deal with coronavirus outbreak - including pop-up clinics and video appointments for people in isolation.The Australian government has announced a $2.4billion package to help deal with coronavirus outbreak - including pop-up clinics and video appointments for people in isolation.

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The Morrison government has announced a $2.4 billion coronavirus response package including pop-clinics and bulk-billing of phone consultations with GPs.The Morrison government has announced a $2.4 billion coronavirus response package including pop-clinics and bulk-billing of phone consultations with GPs.

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