News.co.au can exclusively reveal that Good News for Parents, Children as Australia Carries out the Latest Warning for the Health of the Public article Health officials are advising Australians to be vigilant after a ‘major outbreak’ in the state of Western Australia has been traced back to a single supermarket in the area.
The outbreak in WA has now been confirmed to be the largest coronaviral outbreak in Australia’s history, with an estimated 10,000 Australians believed to be infected, with up to 6,000 people already confirmed dead.
While there are currently no confirmed cases in Western Australia, the WA Health Department has confirmed there are at least 20 people who may have contracted the virus.
A number of major supermarket chains in the WA state have since pulled their health warnings due to the outbreak.
The state’s Health Department advised people to be on the lookout for ‘suspicious’ items at grocery stores and to avoid buying at the local supermarket chain until further notice.’
People should also be aware that if they are going to the supermarket, they should also not buy food that is not labelled as being for a specific purpose,’ it said.’
The safest thing to do is to buy from a grocery store or from another safe outlet such as a pharmacy or food service.’
The WA Health department warned people to ‘avoid shopping at the grocery store’ until further notification.’
We do not know what the exact cause of the coronas is, but we have advised people not to shop at the supermarket and to stay away from the local grocery store,’ the health department said.
It is the latest of several confirmed cases to have been traced to the same store.
The WA Department of Health said it has been in communication with the Australian Federal Police and the Health Department of Western Australian and the state’s Emergency Operations Centre.’
At this time, we do not have any evidence of a connection between the two outbreaks,’ a WA Health spokesperson said.
The Australian Federal Government confirmed the WA cases and urged Australians to report any suspicious or dangerous items to the local police.
The health department warned that ‘the virus is currently circulating in WA, with no confirmed deaths and no confirmed coronaviruses.’
If you think you or someone you know may have been exposed to the virus, you should contact your local Health Protection Agency.’
Emergency operations centres across the state will be providing information on any new cases that have been reported.’
It also urged Australians with health concerns to contact their GP.’
This is a very serious disease and should be treated as such,’ it added.WA’s Health Minister David Johnston said the state had been in contact with the Federal Government.’
It’s the first confirmed case of the virus in WA in over five years,’ he said.
“It’s been the largest outbreak in the country.”
We are working with the Commonwealth and state governments to provide a range of resources to help our communities.”‘
People are not going to be able to buy what they need if they’re not careful.’WA Health Minister Dr David Johnston.
The State Government has been working with local businesses to tackle the outbreak, with the WA Government announcing the ‘safe’ shopping period would start on Friday.
It will be closed until further instructions.
The federal government announced $10 million would be made available for local authorities to tackle a major outbreak in Western Australian.
The Federal Government said it would provide $10m to assist local authorities in addressing a major coronaviring outbreak.’
As part of the funding, $5 million will be allocated for community health centres, and $5.5 million for local government in the Western Australian state of WA,’ the Federal Opposition said.WA Premier Colin Barnett said it was ‘totally unacceptable’ that the state was still struggling to contain the coronave outbreak.”
I can tell you that the WA State Government is doing everything possible to combat this coronavire outbreak and we will not rest until WA has a full and free state,” he said in a statement.”
Our focus is to get the virus under control as quickly as possible and our priority is to ensure that all of our residents are able to get on with their lives.
“A total of 726 people in WA have been confirmed as being infected with the coronaval virus.
In a statement, WA Health Minister Mr Johnston said there was a ‘significant’ risk of the outbreak spreading to other parts of the state.”
The WA Government is taking all steps possible to ensure the virus does not spread to other regions,” he added.”
While it is not clear at this time how the outbreak began, it is believed that the first cases were traced back into the WA town of Swanston and were traced to a store in Swanston.