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Weather map for Australia, June 1, showing the low moving across parts of the south-east.(Bureau of Meteorology)Perth is cloudy and will reach 19, with grey skies set to run throughout the week before a mostly sunny Friday.Swiss police have investigated an eight-year-old boy after he allegedly asked whether he could use a toy banknote in a village shop.The fake euro note was Chinese joss paper “spirit money” – used as symbolic burnt offerings at funerals to ensure the dead have a happy afterlife, according to the Basler Zeitung (BaZ) newspaper.The unnamed boy was not charged with any offence but his name will reportedly be on police records until May 2032.The pretend euros had been distributed in early March at the Sissach town carnival in the northern Basel-Landschaft region, where Swiss francs are the official currency. The notes, printed on ordinary paper and featuring blue Chinese characters, were picked up by children, said the BaZ.At the end of April, the boy, his 10-year-old brother and the girl next door went to their local village shop in nearby Dietgen, where the younger brother asked if he could use the note, the report said
Hassan is urging countries across the region "to share the responsibility" of both protecting and providing for the Rohingya, while also working with Myanmar to find a long-term solution to this crisis.Virus in North Korea could be 'much more lethal' than in China
This comes as One Nation leader Pauline Hanson ramps up her pressure on Ms Palaszczuk to reopen the border, threatening to take the matter to the courts after labelling it "unconstitutional".
"I don't know who Paul Kelly is, clearly not the singer," Mr McGowan said
Osterholm said a society usually becomes resilient to a virus once at least 60% of the population has been infected, either naturally or via a vaccine, and develops antibodies. This is still a far-off point for the US, with no firm guarantee a working vaccine will ever be developed.
Bangladesh garment factories reopen despite coronavirus threat to workersThe tournament pays out for the three largest blue marlins boated with the winner taking home $1.1m for the largest fish.名鼎平台注册Sydney covered in thick fog as parts of Australia wake to frosty condition
William disappeared while trekking Mount Disappointment with his family on Monday. Pic: ABC News名鼎平台注册The SES received more than 160 calls for help in South Australia(9News)"Over the Adelaide plains, it was in the order of 10 to 15 millimetres, but it was quite a bit wetter over the hills…generally 20 to 40mm and particularly the southern hills down, including Aldgate, Kangarilla, Macclesfield," meteorologist Simon Timcke said. The wild weather is expected to ease today, with a wintry top of just 14 degrees forecast for the city.New South WalesThe low developing in the Bass Strait may dump snow on low-levels over the Snowy Mountains ranges, which will bring a smile to those eyeing the looming ski season.Sydney is partly cloudy on Monday, with a high of 22. Cloud will hang around throughout the week, with temperatures around the high teens, but a good-looking Friday is on the way.VictoriaMelbourne will see some showers and will be windy today, with a high of 13. Those showers will ease tomorrow and then linger on Wednesday.Tasmania, Queensland and WAHobart is cloudy with temperatures reaching 16, and Tasmania can expect a cloudy week ahead.Cairns residents could see a shower today, but it is fine and sunny all the way from the Sunshine Coast through to Brisbane and down to the Gold Coast
But experts predict that if survivors are found to be immune, they could perform a range of jobs and services – such as volunteering in hospitals and nursing homes, caring for coronavirus patients and working in shops and food processing plants – risk-free. And, depending on how authorities, business and society at large respond, they could also be entitled to greater freedoms.