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But the restrictions did ease, at least a little, and it seems that Houston is partly responsible for that development. In addition to Hazzard, NSW Jobs Minister Stuart Ayres said that he had seen the pastor’s comments on Twitter.
These changes come as NSW records two new locally transmitted COVID-19 cases and eight new cases transmitted from international travelers. NSW Health posted the following COVID-19 data Tuesday, the most current info on the state as of this writing.
NSW has reported 2 new cases of locally transmitted #COVID19 in the 24 hours to 8pm last night.
8 cases in overseas travellers in hotel quarantine were also diagnosed. 1 previously reported case from March has been excluded, bringing the total number of cases in NSW to 4,167. pic.twitter.com/JYvsIXX3VM
— NSW Health (@NSWHealth) October 21, 2020
Wednesday, the Australian Government Department of Health posted the following information on the country’s COVID-19 cases.
— Australian Government Department of Health (@healthgovau) October 21, 2020
Australia reacted to the COVID-19 pandemic by imposing some tough restrictions, particularly in the state of Victoria, which has seen 75 percent of the country’s coronavirus cases and 90 percent of the country’s fatalities. As with other nations around the world, these restrictions have proved controversial and have negatively impacted the economy.