The monthly Pulse (October 2021)
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Covid restrictions are easing in Victoria! If you’re in Victoria, this is terrific news.
Congratulations to the state of Victoria for achieving the 80% vaccination milestone, allowing
people to have more freedoms, and getting back to some normalcy after a very long road of
uncertainties. Sadly, we are not out of the woods yet when it comes to the virus. We still
have Covid-19 cases in hospital and lives lost daily. We extend our thoughts to those in
hospital and the families of people who have lost their lives.

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