AstraZeneca Vaccine EU Green Light, Headlines by Auscast - Friday March 19, 2021
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The European countries who suspended the AstraZeneca vaccine rollout over alleged blood clotting, have resumed.
The European Union's drug regulatory agency says the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine doesn't increase the overall incidence of blood clots and that the benefits of using it outweigh the possible risks.
Australia have continued to administer the vaccine, consistently insisting the jab is safe.
The Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has said Australia’s economy is one of the best in the world to recover from the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Mr Frydenberg told Channel 9’s Today that the fall in the unemployment rate to 5.8 per cent showed the recovery was well underway.
He said he expected jobs growth to continue when the JobKeeper wage subsidy ends later this month.
New laws have passed in Federal parliament, changing the rights of Casual workers.
Under the new laws, regular casuals will be able to ask for a permanent job after 12 months, but employers would have the right to say no.
Acting Industrial Relations Minister Michaelia Cash said the legislation is a "significant win" for workers wanting to secure a permanent role.
"These measures will protect jobs into the future, a critical move as Australia moves out of the economic impacts caused by the COVID-19 pandemic."
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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have spoken out to criticise the ‘predatory practices’ one British tabloid allegedly used to target the couple on 2016,
A private investigator Daniel ‘Danno’ Portley-Hanks TOLD THE New York Times That The Sun in the UK paid him $2,055 to hand over private info on Meghan which included phone numbers, social security details and home addresses just after she started to date Harry.
The PI has made an official apology to everyone involved, including the Queen
Tom Hanks became addicted to Solitaire during lockdown last year.
He revealed in the Wall Street Journal that he had ‘no Zoom schooling sessions to enforce, no children to parent, no job to perform remotely' he played many hands of Solitaire, and laments that he has 'nothing to show for the effort'
Fans of Father Of The Bride unite, Andy Garcia has signed on to put a twist on the remake of Father of the Bride.
The movie will be produced through Brad Pitt’s production company Plan B.
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