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Nurses speak out against Omnibus Bill
24 February - The Morrison Government’s proposed Omnibus Bill is a “huge insult” to nurses and aged care workers, an ANMF (SA Branch) member stated in response to this month’s Senate Inquiry into the proposed legislation.
Dolphins and desert – why Whyalla is this country nurse’s calling
24 February - Whyalla Hospital nurse Nyssa Hartup is a fair dinkum kid from the country, having grown up in the Eyre Peninsula town since moving from the Upper Hunter Valley at age five.
Celebrities weigh in on COVID crisis
24 February - Aussie actor Hugh Jackman has joined pop stars Billie Eilish, Miley Cyrus and Usher in a global campaign to end COVID and kickstart a global recovery.
Australia’s COVID-19 vaccine rollout gets underway
22 February - Australia’s COVID-19 vaccine rollout has officially begun. Priority groups at higher risk of contracting COVID-19, including frontline healthcare workers, quarantine and border workers, and aged and disability care residents and staff,
Radical and costly changes are needed in aged care but will the government listen?
21 February - For a long time, older Australians have been out of sight and out of mind. As the nation has grown more prosperous, many of those who helped build it have been forgotten – mistreated in aged-care homes, ignored on enormous waiting lists
Explainer: How do the COVID-19 vaccines work?
19 February - The Australian Government has detailed a national rollout strategy for the delivery of COVID-19 vaccines. Read the ANMF's resource on How Vaccines Work resource.
Termination of Pregnancy Bill set to become law
19 February - South Australia finally looks set to join the rest of the country following historic abortion law reform.
Adelaide nurse shines a torch on aged care
18 February - Caring for the elderly has been ANMF (SA Branch) nurse Sharon Lawrence’s “passion”.
Members ‘devastated’ by hospital closure
18 February - The ANMF (SA Branch) understands 48 members will be adversely impacted by the looming closure of the Parkwynd Private Hospital on East Tce.
Aged care campaigning – watch for the next steps
18 February - The last week saw the launch of a national campaign by the Australian Aged Care Collaboration (AACC) with the tag line ‘It’s Time to Care about Aged Care’.
Omnibus Bill poses severe COVID-19 risk
17 February - No access to paid sick leave and insecure working conditions are putting Australians at greater risk of COVID-19 infection, according to a submission by epidemiologists from the Australian National University in response to the Morrison
Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines to start in SA next week
17 February 2021 - SA Health is preparing to receive the first doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine and is planning to start vaccinating priority groups in Phase 1a from next week.
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