Sydney extends public isolation for a month as Covid-19 infections increase

Sydney-ALsharqiya, July 28: The authorities in the Australian state of New South Wales on Wednesday extended the general isolation imposed on the city of Sydney to prevent the spread of the Corona virus. And the local authorities in the state confirmed that the strict isolation measures in the city of Sydney will continue until the 28th of next August to prevent the spread of the epidemic locally. The general isolation measures were scheduled to end next Friday, but with the state of New South Wales recording 177 new cases of the virus, the authorities had to extend the isolation measures.


Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi affirmed that confronting violations

Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi discussed with the security leaders in Karbala

A coalition candidate who came forward on behalf of Diyala Raad Al-Dahlaki