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  • September 3, 2021

Press council rules against Australian for campaign to attack transgender people

The Australian press council has found The australian broke the media guidelines by publishing several dozen articles attacking a youth gender clinic. (Image: AAP / James Ross) The australian it broke media guidelines in its coverage of the director of a high-profile children’s gender clinic, publishing incorrect information, not guaranteeing fairness and causing substantial distress,…

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Yes, let’s order vaccinations for eligible schoolchildren, says Fauci – Mother Jones

A healthcare worker administers a dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine to a student during a “Vax To School” campaign event at a high school in Staten Island, New York. Jeenah Moon / Bloomberg / Getty Fight against misinformation. Get a daily summary of the facts that matter. Sign up for free Mother jones Newsletter.…

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Clive Palmer and Craig Kelly are dangerous – ignore their buffoonery

It may seem that Clive Palmer and Craig Kelly have a lot of money and little common sense, but their anti-vaccine quackery will put the lives of Australians at risk. (Images: AAP) On Monday, two of the fiercest forces in Australian politics combined to contest the upcoming federal elections. Former Liberal MP Craig Kelly announced…

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School kids win big victory over Governor Greg Abbott as Texas admits it can’t defend its mask ban

School children wear face masks while talking in a sculpture garden in the Museum District in Houston, Texas. In May, Texas Governor Greg Abbott issued an executive order “prohibit government entities in Texas, including counties, cities, school districts, public health authorities, or government officials, from requiring or requiring the use of masks. “In particular, Abbott…

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The battle for the pandemic is fraught with false hopes, secrets, and mysteries.

So many people, bodies, and businesses framed as critical to our response to the pandemic have dramatically faded or quietly faded away. (Image: Private Media / Gorkie) Remember the National COVID-19 Commission? Scott Morrison’s handpicked group of business leaders who were supposed to help guide us through the pandemic, but disappeared from sight after talking…

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Peter Doherty on our response to the pandemic

Nobel Prize winner speaks authoritatively about how Australia is dealing with COVID-19 in our latest Crikey talks subscribers event. The pandemic is not going away anytime soon, but the world is on the right track to handle COVID-19 and prepare for future emergencies. Winner of the 1996 Nobel Prize in Medicine, 1997 Australian of the…

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NSW wants a national agenda for living with COVID, but not all states agree

Gladys Berejiklian believes that we should learn to live with the virus, but some states and territories require elimination, not suppression. NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian (Image: AAP / Lukas Coch) A strange dynamic has emerged as Canberra’s power is transferred to state and territorial leaders amid the pandemic. The idea of ​​a national approach to…

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The COVID model reflects a grim reality for which leaders must prepare

There’s no escaping the math: Australia’s envisioned path out of the pandemic means tens of thousands of COVID cases a day. Is anyone ready for that, including politicians? (Image: AAP / Mick Tsikas) Pandemic modelers offer no plausible scenario that does not imply Australia continues to endure lockdowns and mandatory use of masks and social…

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Okay, it’s not a race. Let’s call it a competition for the toughest confinement

Maybe they should just rename the New South Wales Prime Minister’s morning COVID press conference to the 11 o’clock Follies. It would be a historic nod to the daily briefings of the American military war in Saigon during the Vietnam War, which so frustrated the assembled media that they dubbed them the Five Crazy Five.…

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You know, there are already many decrees that direct your daily life.

Mandates are already intrinsic to many aspects of our daily lives, so much so that we hardly think about them. So why does the idea of ​​a medical mandate upset so many feathers? (Image: Mitchell Squire / Private Media) Mandates exist in all parts of our lives. You wake up in your house built to…

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