Barber’s Facebook fundraiser quickly went viral after she created it, exceeding its initial A$30,000 goal by a staggering amount. This led Barber to pledge the funds would be shared with other charities in other states, helping people affected by the bushfires throughout Australia, though only the NSW RFS was listed on the Facebook page. Facebook fundraisers are restricted to a single nominated beneficiary..
Under the deal, people from Denmark will from June 15 be allowed to enter Norway without needing to quarantine, while tourists from Norway will be able to enter Denmark, so long as they have booked accommodation for at least six days. Reopen safelyIn Japan, seven people have died for every 1 million residents a death rate about 45 times lower than America The number of daily new cases peaked at 743 on April 12, but has varied between 90 and 14 for the past week, according to the World Health Organization; the number of hospitalized COVID 19 patients has dropped from 10,000 about a month ago to 2,000 today. On Monday, the Japanese government lifted the state of emergency over greater Tokyo, effectively ending the country version of a lockdown.Cemeteries braced for surge in Covid 19 dead as Mexico readies to reopenYet as Mexico daily death toll rises to become one of the highest in the world a record 501 fatalities were reported on Tuesday alone the country is simultaneously preparing to reopen and weathering a politically charged battle over the true scale of the crisis.
Roller skating:Olympic Skating Center, 60 East Shady Lane, Enola. Saturday and Sunday. Admission: $4.50 $7.50. Asked if he expects to know within a month and a half, he replied: “I wish it was tomorrow. I want the fans to know what’s going on. It hurt me.
Rome’s abundantly plentiful cache of history, architectural delights and art can still be plundered via the wonder of the internet, while the currently spectacular British weather means you can almost make believe you’re there if you whack on the Dean Martin and mix yourself an Aperol spritz.Here’s the ultimate armchair travellers’ guide to Rome.What to doSistine ChapelThe great thing about doing a virtual tour of Michelangelo’s masterpiece rather than seeing it in the flesh is that you don’t have to spend several hours traipsing the entire length of the Vatican Museum, trudging shoulder to shoulder with grumpy, sweating strangers like a herd of cattle, in order to reach it. Even when you finally get there, you’re squished in like sardines and encouraged to move on as swiftly as possible by sharp eyed stewards.In the digital world, however, you are the only visitor you can linger, take in the detail, zoom in on different parts that you like. And you can do it all while wearing a crop top and hot pants, something that’s certainly not encouraged at the real deal.The ColosseumIf you’ve got an hour to spare, hop onboard a virtual walking tour of the Colosseum, kindly provided by Prowalk Tours.