Beachgoers crowd Santo Amaro beach near Lisbon on a hot and sunny afternoon (Picture: Getty)Brits who have had the Indian-made AstraZeneca jab will be allowed into Portugal without the need to quarantine.
The Mediterranean country had initially said anyone jabbed with the vaccine made by the Serum Institute of India and known as Covishield, wouldn’t be exempt from self-isolation rules.
It was one of 13 European countries enforcing stricter rules because the vaccine has not yet been approve
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Whereas we’re used to seeing a glorious full moon at night, or experiencing a bold super moon, the daytime moon is a phenomenon that still feels unusual.
Despite the fact that it can feel odd to see the moon in the daytime, there’s actua
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- National secretary of the Australian Workers' Union Daniel Walton has called for Freedom Day, set for when NSW hits the 70 per cent double jab target, should be made an annual public holiday forever.
- The spot where authorities found a body believed to be that of missing 'van-life' woman Gabby Petito, 22, on Sunday now hosts a makeshift memorial of stones arranged in a cross pattern.
- Five people have been placed in quarantine in South Australia after a man travelled to NSW last week and returned a weak positive test result for Covid-19.
Gabby Petito investigators received more than 1000 tips from YouTubers, TikTokers and online sleuthsSocial media users and tourists in Colorado, Wyoming, Idaho and beyond were asked to comb through their footage taken in late August in case there was any sign of Gabby Petito.
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Covid Australia Melbourne Seven News reporter SPAT on and doused with urine at anti-vax tradie rallyThe 7News reporter was reporting from the scene of the protest when he came under fire from some of the demonstrators.
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- European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen has joined France in condemning Australia for terminating a $90billion submarine deal. This could jeopardise an Australia-EU free trade agreement.
- A number of maps released by climate change experts have revealed a number of popular Australian beaches could eventually be washed away - if sea levels continue to rise.
- ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr announced an additional $14 million to boost immediate and longer-term mental health services as Canberra recorded another 16 Covid-19 cases.
Covid Australia Seven News reporter SPAT on and doused with urine at Melbourne anti-vax tradie rallyThe 7News reporter was reporting from the scene of the protest when he came under fire from some of the demonstrators.
California firefighters battle to protect ancient sequoia groves General Sherman wrapped in aluminumCalifornia fire crews are protecting a group of ancient giant sequoias threatened by a wildfire raging through a national park in the Sierra Nevada mountain range.
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- Lawrence O'Neil recalled asking colleague Brendan Leigh Russell one morning what was planned for the day and Russell declaring: 'I'm doing dentistry.'
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