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Monde: Le Premier ministre Scott Morrison consacre 48,1 millions de dollars à la santé mentale

Kourtney K. partage un message inspirant après la cure de désintoxication de Scott Disick

 Kourtney K. partage un message inspirant après la cure de désintoxication de Scott Disick © Shutterstock (2) Kourtney Kardashian et Scott Disick. En avant et vers le haut. Kourtney Kardashian a partagé un message inspirant pour sa fille, Penelope , après que son ex-petit ami Scott Disick ait fait les gros titres pour retournant en cure de désintoxication .

Scott Morrison says the Government will commit .1 million to fund a mental health and wellbeing pandemic response plan as Australia negotiates stage one of the easing of coronavirus restriction. © AAP Images Scott Morrison dit que le gouvernement engagera 48,1 millions de dollars pour financer un plan d'intervention en cas de pandémie de santé mentale et de bien-être alors que l'Australie négocie la première étape de l'assouplissement de la restriction des coronavirus.

Scott Morrison dit que le gouvernement engagera 48,1 millions de dollars pour financer un plan d'intervention en cas de pandémie de santé mentale et de bien-être alors que l'Australie négocie la première étape de l'assouplissement de la restriction contre les coronavirus. Le ministre de la Santé de

, Greg Hunt, a donné quelques détails sur le plan de santé mentale avant de le remettre à Christine Morgan.

Scott Disick `` regarde vers les prochaines étapes '' après la réadaptation, selon la source: `` Il a besoin de beaucoup de guérison ''

 Scott Disick `` regarde vers les prochaines étapes '' après la réadaptation, selon la source: `` Il a besoin de beaucoup de guérison '' © fourni par des personnes Bryan Steffy / WireImage santé et rétablissement, a déclaré une source proche de lui à PEOPLE. Un peu moins d'une semaine après son arrivée dans un centre de traitement du Colorado, la star de télé-réalité s'est vérifiée et s'est envolée pour Los Angeles après qu'une photo de lui à l'intérieur du centre de réadaptation a été divulguée en ligne lundi.

«Le stress des préoccupations concernant la santé, la solitude de l'isolement, l'anxiété au sujet d'un emploi, les finances d'une petite entreprise, l'hypothèque - toutes ces pressions qui accompagnent la pandémie ont créé des problèmes de santé mentale spécifiques. Images

: Coronavirus répandu à travers l'Australie

Slide 1 of 40: SEASPRAY, AUSTRALIA - MAY 13: A local man from Rosedale fishes on the 90 mile Beach at Seaspray on May 13, 2020 in Victoria, Australia. COVID-19 restrictions have eased slightly for Victorians in response to Australia's declining coronavirus (COVID-19) infection rate. From today, people in Victoria will be allowed to visit friends and family. A maximum gathering of up to ten outdoors is allowed, or up to five visitors inside a home. Golfing, hiking and fishing is also now permitted. (Photo by Jaimi Joy/Getty Images) Slide 2 of 40: CANBERRA, AUSTRALIA - MAY 13: Prime Minister Scott Morrison (left) and Treasurer Josh Frydenberg (right) desanitise as they arrive to hear Minister for Health Greg Hunt's ministerial statement on Covid-19 in the House of Representatives at Parliament House on May 13, 2020 in Canberra, Australia. Parliament will resume for three days this week but is otherwise adjourned until August.  Australian states are now beginning to lift COVID-19 measures with national cabinet mapping out a three-stage program to help the economy return to normal, Treasury estimates it would cost NSW and Victoria .4 billion a week combined in lost economic activity if the states had to re-impose the restrictions it started loosening. Treasurer Josh Frydenberg is facing the largest budget deficit in Australian fiscal history with Deloitte Access Economics predicting it could reach 3 billion this year and 1.6 billion in 2020-21 financial year as the economy slumps due to measures aimed at stopping the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. (Photo by Sam Mooy/Getty Images) Slide 3 of 40: SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MAY 07: A customer has her temperature tested prior to entering the Apple Store at Bondi Junction on May 07, 2020 in Sydney, Australia. Apple stores across Australia reopened today, after closing temporarily in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. Additional safety procedures have been implemented to ensure customer and staff safety, including temperature checks, social distancing measures and limiting the number of visitors in the store at one time. (Photo by Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images) Slide 4 of 40: SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MAY 06: A rower is seen on Sydney Harbour at sunrise on May 06, 2020 in Sydney, Australia. The NSW government has eased COVID-19 lockdown measures in response to a decline in coronavirus cases across the state. From Friday 1 May, two adults and dependant children will be allowed to visit another household to reduce social isolation and improve mental health but social distancing measures must still be observed and extra care should be take when visiting anyone over the age of 70. (Photo by Ryan Pierse/Getty Images)   Prime Minister Scott Morrison commits .1m to mental health Obtenez les meilleures histoires du monde en un seul endroit avec Disney + Ad Sponsorisé Slide 5 of 40: MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - MAY 05: A medical practitioners take information from members of the public at a drive through testing clinic in the carpark of Victoria Gardens Shopping Centre on May 05, 2020 in Melbourne, Australia. The Victorian Government has set up additional COVID-19 testing clinics across Melbourne in a bid to test up to 100,000 people in two weeks. Victorians with even the mildest symptoms are being asked to go get tested, as the state pushes to stop the further spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). Tough restrictions on movement and gatherings remain in place across Victoria despite a decline in the number of confirmed coronavirus cases across Australia. All non-essential businesses remain closed or are restricted in operation, while public gatherings are limited to two people and social distancing measures require people to keep a safe 1.5m distance from one another. All international arrivals into Australia are being sent to mandatory quarantine in hotels for 14 days. (Photo by Darrian Traynor/Getty Images) Slide 6 of 40: SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MAY 03: A Slide 7 of 40: SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 30: Virgin Australia Boeing 737-800 aircraft parked on one of the three runways at Sydney's Kingsford Smith Airport on April 30, 2020 in Sydney, Australia. Sydney airport has temporarily shut the east-west runway to make space to store aircraft grounded due to the global COVID-19 pandemic. With non-essential travel currently banned in Australia, Qantas and Virgin Australia have grounded most of their fleets, operating a extremely limited number of domestic and international flights. Around 200 of the 316 aircraft in the Qantas and Jetstar fleet have been grounded, while Virgin and Tigerair have grounded 105 planes. (Photo by James D. Morgan/Getty Images) Slide 8 of 40: SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 25: An aerial flypast of seven aircraft passes over Sydney Harbour in commemoration of Anzac Day on April 25, 2020 in Sydney, Australia. Traditional Anzac Day ceremonies have been cancelled due to the global COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent restrictions on gatherings of people. Anzac day is a national holiday in Australia, traditionally marked by a dawn service held during the time of the original Gallipoli landing and commemorated with ceremonies and parades throughout the day, however with social distancing measures in place because of coronavirus (COVID-19), Australians this year are observing the day differently. Anzac Day commemorates the day the Australian and New Zealand Army Corp (ANZAC) landed on the shores of Gallipoli on April 25, 1915, during World War 1.  (Photo by James D. Morgan/Getty Images) Slide 9 of 40: SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 24: The Sydney Town Hall is seen coloured with red lights to commemorate ANZAC Day on April 24, 2020 in Sydney, Australia. Traditional Anzac Day ceremonies have been cancelled due to the global COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent restrictions on gatherings of people. Anzac day is a national holiday in Australia, traditionally marked by a dawn service held during the time of the original Gallipoli landing and commemorated with ceremonies and parades throughout the day, however with social distancing measures in place because of coronavirus (COVID-19), Australians this year are observing the day differently. Anzac Day commemorates the day the Australian and New Zealand Army Corp (ANZAC) landed on the shores of Gallipoli on April 25, 1915, during World War 1.  (Photo by Mark Kolbe/Getty Images) 5e69c6f42b3f8361595783_w700 Achetez des épiceries en vrac en ligne et économisez Annonce Sponsorisé Slide 10 of 40: TOPSHOT - People walk past a mask and eyes stapled to a tree in Melbourne on April 20, 2020, as the southern Australian state of Victoria recorded just one new case of coranavirus overnight. - Vicotria has recorded 1,329 confirmed cases with 15 deaths. (Photo by William WEST / AFP) (Photo by WILLIAM WEST/AFP via Getty Images) Slide 11 of 40: COBAR, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 17: Shoppers are seen observing social distancing at Khan's SUPA IGA on April 17, 2020 in Cobar, Australia. For Australians who live in the bush and hundreds of kilometres away from the nearest supermarket, it is normal to only travel into town for groceries and essential supplies once a month, but with limited supplies and purchasing restrictions due COVID-19, residents from remote and rural communities in NSW are struggling to stock up as they normally would. Residents of Louth must travel either a 200km roundtrip to Bourke or 260km roundtrip to Cobar in order to buy groceries and necessities, making regular trips to the supermarket not viable. In Cobar there are two supermarkets to feed 3500 residents. While deliveries are still in place to outback town of Cobar, 50 percent of stock ordered cannot be filled due to limited supplies. While some exemptions to purchasing limits have been made for those who live in remote areas, some also worry about the social stigma of being seen filling their shopping trolleys while the government warns Australians not to panic buy and hoard products. (Photo by Jenny Evans/Getty Images) Slide 12 of 40: SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 13:  Bottles of hand sanitiser are displayed at the Banks & Solander distillery on April 13, 2020 in Sydney, Australia.  Brewers and distillers across Australia have transitioned from making craft beer and spirits to hand sanitiser in response to the global COVID-19 pandemic. In the Sydney suburb of Botany, One Drop Brewing Company have turned their craft beer micro-brewery into a hand sanitiser production facility. In addition to using their own distillation equipment to make small quantities of hand sanitiser, the brewery is repurposing their existing fermentation equipment to make large amounts of sugar wash for a nearby gin distillery to assist their production. Effective hand sanitisers have an ethanol content of at least 60 per cent and with demand surging due to coronavirus (COVID-19), alcohol producers are stepping in to help maintain supply. (Photo by Mark Metcalfe/Getty Images) Slide 13 of 40: SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 12: A person dressed in an Easter bunny costume meets professional lifeguard, Josh Reading from Randwick City Council at Maroubra Beach on April 12, 2020 in Sydney, Australia. Australians have been urged to avoid all unnecessary travel over the Easter long weekend as the nation continues to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic. The Federal Government has closed all non-essential business and implemented strict social distancing rules, while public gatherings are now limited to two people. New South Wales and Victoria have also enacted additional lockdown measures to allow police the power to fine people who breach the two-person outdoor gathering limit or leave their homes without a reasonable excuse. Queensland, Western Australia, South Australia, Tasmania and the Northern Territory have all closed their borders to non-essential travellers and international arrivals into Australia are being sent to mandatory quarantine in hotels for 14 days. (Photo by James D. Morgan/Getty Images) Slide 14 of 40: SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 10: Pelicans watch customers as they enter fish shops with police officers ensuring safe behaviour at Sydney Fish Market on April 10, 2020 in Sydney, Australia. With strict social distancing rules in place due to COVID-19, the Sydney Fish Market has implemented new measures for Easter weekend including additional crowd control to limit how many people can be on site at one time will be in place. Public gatherings are now limited to two people, while Australians are being urged to stay home unless absolutely necessary in a bid to reduce the spread of COVID-19. New South Wales and Victoria have also enacted additional lockdown measures to allow police the power to fine people who breach the two-person outdoor gathering limit or leave their homes without a reasonable excuse, such as grocery shopping, medical purposes, for exercise, or to go to work. (Photo by James D. Morgan/Getty Images)   Prime Minister Scott Morrison commits .1m to mental health Antivirus primé pour votre PC, Mac et appareils mobiles. Sauvegarder maintenant! Annonce Sponsorisé Slide 15 of 40: CANBERRA, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 08: Prime Minister Scott Morrison delivers a ministerial statement on COVID-19 in the House of Representatives on April 08, 2020 in Canberra, Australia. The government’s 0bn AUD JobKeeper legislation will be put to parliament today with about 40 lower-house MPs expected­ attend­ for the extraordinary COVID-19 sitting. After discussions between Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Opposition Leader Anthony Albanes­e a decision was made to recall parliament for the wage subsidy package to be considered by the limited number of MPs and senators. (Photo by Sam Mooy/Getty Images) Slide 16 of 40: SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 05: A teddy bear sits inside a window on the Lower North Shore district as part of a worldwide Slide 17 of 40: BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 02: Passengers are seen exiting Brisbane International Airport and put onto buses where they will be taken to hotels in the CBD to start their Covid-19 quarantine, on April 2, 2020 in Brisbane, Australia. 222 Australians and 28 New Zealanders arrived on Thursday morning on a special Nepal Airlines charter flight after being  stranded in Nepal due to the country's lockdown over the COVID-19 pandemic. The passengers  will have to go into 14 days of mandatory quarantine under strict measures to stop the importation of new cases of coronavirus. (Photo by Glenn Hunt/Getty Images) Slide 18 of 40: ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 01: Baggage handers load a Qantas plane at Adelaide Airport on April 01, 2020 in Adelaide, Australia. The Australian government has introduced further restrictions on movement and gatherings in response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Public gatherings are now limited to two people, while Australians are being urged to stay home unless absolutely necessary. New South Wales and Victoria have also enacted additional measures to allow police the power to fine people who breach the two-person outdoor gathering limit or leave their homes without a reasonable excuse. Queensland, Western Australia, South Australia, Tasmania and the Northern Territory have all closed their borders to non-essential travellers and international arrivals into Australia are being sent to mandatory quarantine in hotels for 14 days. (Photo by Tracey Nearmy/Getty Images) Slide 19 of 40: PERTH, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 28: New Zealand passengers from the Vasco Da Gama cruise ship make their way to the check in desk at Perth International Airport after arriving in an escorted convoy of TransPerth buses on March 28, 2020 in Perth, Australia. Australians and residents on board the Vasco Da Gama cruise ship will be quarantined on board or at Rottnest Island for 14 days to avoid the possible spread of COVID-19, while New Zealand nationals are to be flown out of Perth on an Air New Zealand flight to Auckland. The precautionary measures by the Western Australian government come after 133 passengers from the Ruby Princess tested positive for COVID-19, and one person died after 2700 passengers were allowed to disembark in Sydney on 19 March without any quarantine or self-isolation measures imposed. Australia's confirmed number of COVID-19 cases are just over 3600, while 20 people have now died. (Photo by Paul Kane/Getty Images) (Photo by Paul Kane/Getty Images) Slide 20 of 40: SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 24: A general view is seen of a closed Luna Park on March 24, 2020 in Sydney, Australia. Sydney's Luna Park closed its doors to the public on Monday 23 March as social gathering restrictions were introduced by the government in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. A new phase of shutdowns for Australian businesses will come into place from midnight on Wednesday, closing all libraries, museums, galleries, beauty salons, tattoo parlours, shopping centre food courts, auctions, open houses, amusement parks, arcades, indoor and outdoor play centres, swimming pools, and indoor exercise activities. These new measures are in addition to the closure of bars, pubs and nightclubs on Monday, and restaurants and cafes restricted to providing takeaway only. Weddings will now be restricted to five people including the couple. Funerals will be restricted to 10 mourners. All Australians are now expected to stay at home except for essential outings such as work, grocery shopping and medical appointments. Exercising outdoors alone is still permitted. there are now 2317 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Australia and the death toll now stands at eight. (Photo by Jenny Evans/Getty Images) Slide 21 of 40: SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 22: A beach closed sign on Manly Beach on March 22, 2020 in Sydney, Australia. Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Friday introduced further measures to help stop the spread of COVID-19, implementing news rules limiting the number of people inside a venue to one every 4 square metres. Non-essential gatherings of 100 or more people indoors are banned, along with outdoor gatherings of more than 500 people in a bid to contain the spread of COVID-19. A travel ban on all visitors who are not Australian citizens or residents or their direct relations arriving into the country is now in place. There are now 1,286 confirmed cases of COVID-19 In Australia and the death toll now stands at 7. (Photo by James D. Morgan/Getty Images) Slide 22 of 40: SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 22: Members of the congregation look on at a service held in the yard of St Paul's Anglican Church in Burwood with seating observant of social distancing on March 22, 2020 in Sydney, Australia. Churches across Sydney have opted to suspend services or hold them outdoors after further measures were introduced on Friday limiting the number of people inside a venue to one every 4 square metres in response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Non-essential gatherings of 100 or more people indoors are banned, along with outdoor gatherings of more than 500 people in a bid to contain the spread of COVID-19. A travel ban on all visitors who are not Australian citizens or residents or their direct relations arriving into the country is now in place. There are now 1081 confirmed cases of COVID-19 In Australia and the death toll now stands at seven. (Photo by Jenny Evans/Getty Images) Slide 23 of 40: CANBERRA, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 22: Prime Minister Scott Morrison during a press conference at Parliament House on March 22, 2020 in Canberra, Australia. The second federal stimulus package unveiled today by the Australian Government offers  billion worth of measures for coronavirus-hit economy including relief for retirees and a new wage for workers who lose their jobs and it builds on the measures included in the first .6 billion economic stimulus package announced more than a week ago. There are now 1081 confirmed cases of COVID-19 In Australia while the death toll now stands at seven.  (Photo by Sam Mooy/Getty Images) Slide 24 of 40: SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 22: An empty Bondi beach after authorities banned people from gathering on it on March 22, 2020 in Sydney, Australia. Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Friday introduced further measures to help stop the spread of COVID-19, implementing new rules limiting the number of people inside a venue to one every 4 square metres. Non-essential gatherings of 100 or more people indoors are banned, along with outdoor gatherings of more than 500 people in a bid to contain the spread of COVID-19. A travel ban on all visitors who are not Australian citizens or residents or their direct relations arriving into the country is now in place. There are now 1286 confirmed cases of COVID-19 In Australia and the death toll now stands at seven. (Photo by James D. Morgan/Getty Images) Slide 25 of 40: SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 22: People are seen climbing through a fence after being asked to leave Bronte beach on March 22, 2020 in Sydney, Australia. Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Friday introduced further measures to help stop the spread of COVID-19, implementing news rules limiting the number of people inside a venue to one every 4 square metres. Non-essential gatherings of 100 or more people indoors are banned, along with outdoor gatherings of more than 500 people in a bid to contain the spread of COVID-19. A travel ban on all visitors who are not Australian citizens or residents or their direct relations arriving into the country is now in place. There are now 1286 confirmed cases of COVID-19 In Australia and the death toll now stands at seven. (Photo by Mark Evans/Getty Images) Slide 26 of 40: SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 22: Red tape securing the beach at an empty Bondi beach after authorities banned people from gathering on it on March 22, 2020 in Sydney, Australia. Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Friday introduced further measures to help stop the spread of COVID-19, implementing new rules limiting the number of people inside a venue to one every 4 square metres. Non-essential gatherings of 100 or more people indoors are banned, along with outdoor gatherings of more than 500 people in a bid to contain the spread of COVID-19. A travel ban on all visitors who are not Australian citizens or residents or their direct relations arriving into the country is now in place. There are now 1286 confirmed cases of COVID-19 In Australia and the death toll now stands at seven. (Photo by James D. Morgan/Getty Images) Slide 27 of 40: An empty Bankwest Stadium, shuttered from fans due to the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak, is pictured during the round 24 A-League football match between Sydney FC and the Western Sydney Wanderers at Bankwest Stadium in Sydney on March 21, 2020. (Photo by Steve Christo / AFP) / -- IMAGE RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - STRICTLY NO COMMERCIAL USE -- (Photo by STEVE CHRISTO/AFP via Getty Images) Slide 28 of 40: SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 21: An aerial image of a quiet Darling Harbour on March 21, 2020 in Sydney, Australia. Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Friday introduced further measures to help stop the spread of COVID-19, implementing news rules limiting the number of people inside a venue to one every 4 square metres. Non-essential gatherings of 100 or more people indoors are banned, along with outdoor gatherings of more than 500 people in a bid to contain the spread of COVID-19. A travel ban on all visitors who are not Australian citizens or residents or their direct relations arriving into the country is now in place. There are now 1068 confirmed cases of COVID-19 In Australia and the death toll now stands at seven. (Photo by James D. Morgan/Getty Images) Slide 29 of 40: MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 21: A general view as empty seats are seen due to the coronavirus outbreak during the 2020 AFL Round 01 match between the Essendon Bombers and the Fremantle Dockers at Marvel Stadium on March 21, 2020 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Michael Willson/AFL Photos via Getty Images) Slide 30 of 40: SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 20: A general view of North Sydney Olympic Pool is seen on March 20, 2020 in Sydney, Australia. The Australian government has banned non-essential gatherings of 100 or more people indoors, along with outdoor gatherings of more than 500 people in a bid to contain the spread of COVID-19. Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Thursday announced Australia would be closing its borders to all visitors for six months. The travel ban will be placed on all people who are not Australian residents or their direct relations coming to the country from 9pm on Friday night.  There are now 756 confirmed cases of COVID-19 In Australia while the death toll now stands at seven. (Photo by Jenny Evans/Getty Images) Slide 31 of 40: A lone tourist poses for a photo in Circular Quay in Sydney on March 20, 2020, after Australia moved to seal off its borders the day before, announcing unprecedented bans on entry for non-residents in the hope of stemming the rise of COVID-19 coronavirus infections. (Photo by PETER PARKS / AFP) (Photo by PETER PARKS/AFP via Getty Images) Slide 32 of 40: A man crosses an empty street in the central business district of Sydney on March 20, 2020, as people begin to stay at home due to fears over the COVID-19 coronavirus. (Photo by PETER PARKS / AFP) (Photo by PETER PARKS/AFP via Getty Images) Slide 33 of 40: TOPSHOT - A member of the orchestra of Opera Australia performs in Sydney on March 19, 2020. - Musicians performed with their instruments to call on the company to reconsider its decision to stand down musicians without pay, and for the federal government to provide emergency financial support to the performing arts sector devastated by the coronavirus pandemic. (Photo by Saeed KHAN / AFP) (Photo by SAEED KHAN/AFP via Getty Images) Slide 34 of 40: PERTH, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 19: Shoppers line the aisles at Costco Perth on March 19, 2020 in Perth, Australia. The store, which is the first Costco in Western Australia, is limiting toilet paper purchases to one packet per customer, in response to panic buying across Australia as fears over the COVID-19 pandemic grow. There are 596 confirmed cases of COVID-19 In Australia and seven confirmed deaths. (Photo by Paul Kane/Getty Images) Slide 35 of 40: SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 17: A few people stand at some traffic lights in the middle of rush hour in North Sydney after thousands are sent to work from home on March 17, 2020 in Sydney, Australia. Tougher travel restrictions are now in place for Australia as the government deals with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, including a mandatory 14-day quarantine period for all international arrivals from midnight Sunday 15 May. Australia currently has 375 confirmed cases of coronavirus with 210 in the state of New South Wales. The death toll for Australia now stands at five. The NSW state government has announced a .3 billion package for treating the coronavirus virus, containing 0 million in health funding and .6 billion in tax relief for small business.  (Photo by James D. Morgan/Getty Images) Slide 36 of 40: SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 17: Cancellation signs at the Sydney Opera House as they announce the cancellation of all performances until the end of the month on March 17, 2020 in Sydney, Australia. Tougher travel restrictions are now in place for Australia as the government deals with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, including a mandatory 14-day quarantine period for all international arrivals from midnight Sunday 15 May. Australia currently has 375 confirmed cases of coronavirus with 210 in the state of New South Wales. The death toll for Australia now stands at five. The NSW state government has announced a .3 billion package for treating the coronavirus virus, containing 0 million in health funding and .6 billion in tax relief for small business.  (Photo by James D. Morgan/Getty Images) Slide 37 of 40: SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 17: A group of people wear face masks at Town Hall on March 17, 2020 in Sydney, Australia. Tougher travel restrictions are now in place for Australia as the government deals with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, including a mandatory 14-day quarantine period for all international arrivals from midnight Sunday 15 May. Australia currently has 375 confirmed cases of coronavirus with 210 in the state of New South Wales. The death toll for Australia now stands at five. The NSW state government has announced a .3 billion package for treating the coronavirus virus, containing 0 million in health funding and .6 billion in tax relief for small business.  (Photo by James D. Morgan/Getty Images) Slide 38 of 40: SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 17: Visitors enjoy the Sydney Opera House as the Opera House announced the cancellation of all performances until the end of the month on March 17, 2020 in Sydney, Australia. Tougher travel restrictions are now in place for Australia as the government deals with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, including a mandatory 14-day quarantine period for all international arrivals from midnight Sunday 15 May. Australia currently has 375 confirmed cases of coronavirus with 210 in the state of New South Wales. The death toll for Australia now stands at five. The NSW state government has announced a .3 billion package for treating the coronavirus virus, containing 0 million in health funding and .6 billion in tax relief for small business.  (Photo by James D. Morgan/Getty Images) Slide 39 of 40: BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 16: A staff member in protective medical clothing who consults with arriving passengers is seen at the Brisbane International Airport on March 16, 2020 in Brisbane, Australia. Strict new border measures to contain the spread of COVID-19 have come into effect Monday, requiring all overseas arrivals to Australia to self-isolate for 14 days. Australia currently has 300 confirmed cases of coronavirus while five people have died – four in NSW and one in Queensland. (Photo by Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images) Slide 40 of 40: SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 06: A woman waits at a pedestrian crossing wearing a face mask in the suburb of Chatswood during the middle of the morning on March 06, 2020 in Sydney, Australia. 26 people have now tested positive to coronavirus in NSW, causing a number of business buildings, a nursing home and a school to close to try and stop further transmissions of the COVID-19 virus. Sydney retail and restaurants are also experiencing a downturn in sales, as overseas travel bans impact the number of tourists coming to Australia. (Photo by James D. Morgan/Getty Images) 1/40 DIAPOSITIVES © Jaimi Joy / Getty Images

Un homme pêche sur la plage de Ninety Mile à Seaspray, le 13 mai. Les restrictions de COVID-19 se sont légèrement assouplies pour les Victoriens en réponse à la baisse du taux d'infection par les coronavirus en Australie.

Sofia Richie «est très favorable» à Scott Disick alors qu'il cherche un traitement, dit la source

 Sofia Richie «est très favorable» à Scott Disick alors qu'il cherche un traitement, dit la source © fourni par les personnes Sofia Richie et Scott Disick Sofia Richie est aux côtés de son homme. Alors que Scott Disick continue de prendre les mesures nécessaires pour donner la priorité à sa santé après avoir quitté , une source dit à PERSONNES que sa petite amie de longue date "est très favorable". "Ils se sont réunis chez Scott après son retour à Los Angeles lundi", a indiqué la source. "Sofia vit toujours avec lui. Scott est très heureux d'avoir Sofia à ses côtés." Un peu moins d'une semai

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Le Premier ministre Scott Morrison (L) et le trésorier Josh Frydenberg (R) se désinfectent les mains en arrivant pour entendre la déclaration du ministre de la Santé Greg Hunt sur le COVID-19 à la Chambre des représentants à la Chambre du Parlement à Canberra le 13 mai. Le Parlement a repris pendant trois jours cette semaine, mais il est par ailleurs ajourné jusqu'en août.

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Une cliente a testé sa température avant d'entrer dans l'Apple Store de Bondi Junction à Sydney le 7 mai, après la réouverture des magasins Apple en Australie. Des procédures de sécurité supplémentaires ont été mises en place pour assurer la sécurité des clients et du personnel, notamment des contrôles de température, des mesures de distanciation sociale et la limitation du nombre de visiteurs dans le magasin à la fois.

Kourtney Kardashian publie un message à propos de «Pas bien» au milieu de Scott Drama

 Kourtney Kardashian publie un message à propos de «Pas bien» au milieu de Scott Drama © Shutterstock; Images INSTAR Kourtney Kardashian et Scott Disick. Envoi d'un message? Kourtney Kardashian a partagé une citation énigmatique après que son ex-petit ami Scott Disick a fait son entrée et sa sortie de la cure de désintoxication. Kourtney Kardashian et la chronologie des relations de Scott Disick "Un peu fatiguée d'être d'accord avec des choses avec lesquelles je ne suis pas d'accord", a déclaré la fondatrice de Poosh, 40 ans, via son histoire Instagram le samedi 9 mai.

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Un rameur est vu près de Sydney Harbour Bridge au lever du soleil le 6 mai.

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Un médecin prends des informations auprès du public dans une clinique de dépistage au volant du parking du Victoria Gardens Shopping Centre à Melbourne le 5 mai.

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Une "lumière fantôme" est suspendue sur la scène du Joan Sutherland Theatre de l'Opéra de Sydney le 3 mai. Conformément à la tradition théâtrale, le personnel de l'Opéra de Sydney a installé des lumières pour briller dans tous les théâtres.

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Boeing 737-800 Virgin Australia Des avions stationnés sur l'une des trois pistes de l'aéroport Kingsford Smith de Sydney le 30 avril. L'aéroport de Sydney a fermé la piste est-ouest pour faire l'espace pour stocker les avions au sol en raison de la pandémie mondiale de COVID-19.

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Un survol aérien de sept avions est vu au-dessus du port de Sydney en commémoration de la journée Anzac le 25 avril. Les cérémonies traditionnelles de la journée Anzac ont été annulées en raison du COVID-19 mondial pandémie et restrictions subséquentes sur les rassemblements de personnes.

Scott Morrison avertit les parents qu'il prévoit de supprimer les services de garde gratuits le mois prochain - qualifiant le programme de `` non durable ''

 Scott Morrison avertit les parents qu'il prévoit de supprimer les services de garde gratuits le mois prochain - qualifiant le programme de `` non durable '' Les familles australiennes devraient subir un nouveau coup dur alors que le Premier ministre prévient qu'il prévoit de supprimer les services de garde gratuits dès que possible. Scott Morrison a déclaré qu'aucune décision n'avait encore été prise de prolonger les services gratuits de garde d'enfants qui avaient été introduits le 2 avril lors de la fermeture provoquée par la crise des coronavirus.

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La mairie de Sydney est vue baignée de lumières rouges pour commémorer la journée d'Anzac, le 24 avril.

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Des gens passent devant un masque et des yeux agrafés à un arbre à Melbourne le 20 avril.

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Des acheteurs sont observés observant une distanciation sociale au SUPA de Khan IGA à Cobar le 17 avril.

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Des bouteilles de désinfectants pour les mains sont exposées à la distillerie Banks & Solander à Sydney le 13 avril. Les brasseurs et distillateurs du pays sont passés de la fabrication fabriquer de la bière et des spiritueux pour désinfecter les mains en réponse à la pandémie mondiale de COVID-19.

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Une personne vêtue d'un costume de lapin de Pâques pose avec un sauveteur professionnel à Maroubra Beach à Sydney le 12 avril.

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Les pélicans sont vus comme des clients entrent dans le marché aux poissons de Sydney alors qu'un officier de police monte la garde pour assurer un comportement sûr, le 10 avril. Week-end de Pâques comprenant un contrôle supplémentaire de la foule pour limiter le nombre de personnes pouvant être sur le site à la fois.

Scott Disick est «Obtenir de l'aide pour les problèmes émotionnels» et «Très concentré sur l'amélioration»: Source

 Scott Disick est «Obtenir de l'aide pour les problèmes émotionnels» et «Très concentré sur l'amélioration»: Source Scott Disick est déterminé à prioriser sa santé après avoir quitté la réadaptation. © Bryan Steffy / WireImage Scott Disick "Après son retour à Los Angeles, Scott a continué de recevoir un traitement", a déclaré une source à PEOPLE. «Il reçoit de l'aide pour des problèmes émotionnels. Il est très concentré sur l'amélioration. " The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star, 36, a également le soutien de sa petite amie Sofia Richie . «Sofia le soutient toujours.

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Une vue de la Chambre des représentants alors que le Premier ministre Scott Morrison prononce une déclaration ministérielle sur le COVID-19 à Canberra le 8 avril.

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Un ours en peluche est assis à l'intérieur d'une fenêtre dans le cadre d'une "chasse à l'ours" mondiale pour divertir les enfants lors de la fermeture du coronavirus à Sydney le 5 avril.

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Des passagers sortent de l'aéroport international de Brisbane en direction d'autobus qui les emmèneront aux hôtels pour leur quarantaine obligatoire COVID-19 de 14 jours le 2 avril. Un vol charter spécial de Nepal Airlines a transporté 222 Des Australiens et 28 Néo-Zélandais bloqués au Népal suite au verrouillage du pays.

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Les bagagistes chargent un avion Qantas à l'aéroport d'Adélaïde le 1er avril.

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Passagers néo-zélandais du Vasco Da Le navire de croisière Gama se rend au comptoir d'enregistrement à l'aéroport international de Perth après son arrivée dans un convoi escorté d'autobus TransPerth le 28 mars.

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Une vue générale d'une fermeture Luna Park à Sydney le 24 mars.

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Une plage avec un panneau fermé sur Manly Beach à Sydney le 22 mars 2020.

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Les membres de la congrégation regardent un service tenu dans la cour de l'église anglicane St. Paul à Burwood, avec des sièges attentifs à la distanciation sociale à Sydney le 22 mars. Les églises de Sydney ont choisi de suspendre les services ou les tenir à l'extérieur après l'introduction de nouvelles mesures vendredi, limitant le nombre de personnes à l'intérieur d'un site à un sur quatre mètres carrés en réponse à la pandémie de COVID-19 en cours.

Robin Swann lance un plan d'action pour la santé mentale qui contient un engagement stratégique de dix ans

 Robin Swann lance un plan d'action pour la santé mentale qui contient un engagement stratégique de dix ans © Getty La stratégie pour la santé mentale comprend l'examen des effets de la pandémie de Covid-19 Le ministre de la Santé, Robin Swann, a publié hier un plan d'action pour la santé mentale «dans le cadre de son engagement à améliorer la santé mentale de la population en Irlande du Nord ». Le plan, contenu dans un document de 57 pages, engage le ministre à une stratégie de santé mentale de dix ans, y compris le traitement des problèmes découlant de la pandémie de Covid-19.

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Le Premier ministre Scott Morrison prend la parole lors d'une conférence de presse au Parlement à Canberra le 22 mars. Il a annoncé le deuxième plan de relance fédéral de 66 milliards de dollars de mesures pour le coronavirus -économie.

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Une plage de Bondi vide à Sydney après que les autorités ont interdit aux gens de s'y rassembler, le 22 mars.

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Des personnes sont vues grimper à travers une clôture après avoir été invité à quitter la plage de Bronte à Sydney le 22 mars.

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Des bandes rouges sécurisent une plage de Bondi vide après que les autorités ont interdit aux personnes de rassemblement dessus, le 22 mars.

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Un stade Bankwest vide, fermé aux fans en raison de l'épidémie de coronavirus COVID-19, est représenté lors de la ronde 24 A- Match de football de Ligue entre le Sydney FC et les Western Sydney Wanderers à Sydney le 21 mars.

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Une image aérienne d'un Darling Harbour tranquille à Sydney le 21 mars.

29/40 DIAPOSITIVES © Michael Willson / AFL Photos / Getty Images X 1 Des sièges vides sont vus au stade Marvel en raison de l'épidémie de coronavirus lors du match de la ronde 1 de l'AFL 2020 entre les Essendon Bombers et les Fremantle Dockers à Melbourne le 21 mars.

30/40 DIAPOSITIVES © Jenny Evans / Getty Images A vue générale de la piscine olympique de North Sydney est vue à Sydney le 20 mars 2020.

31/40 DIAPOSITIVES © Peter Parks / AFP / Getty Images Un seul touriste pose pour une photo à Circular Quay à Sydney le 20 mars. après que l'Australie ait décidé de fermer ses frontières la veille, annonçant des interdictions d'entrée sans précédent pour les non-résidents dans l'espoir d'endiguer la montée des infections à coronavirus COVID-19.

admet qu'une erreur de JobKeeper de 60 milliards de dollars était "regrettable"

 admet qu'une erreur de JobKeeper de 60 milliards de dollars était Le trésorier de Votre navigateur ne prend pas en charge cette vidéo Le trésorier de Josh Frydenberg a qualifié l'erreur de signalement de JobKeeper de 60 milliards de dollars de "regrettable". Dans un article d'opinion pour The Australian aujourd'hui, M. Frydenberg a déclaré que le Trésor avait massivement surestimé le nombre de personnes qui auraient besoin de JobKeeper car en mars, il pensait que la crise sanitaire serait bien pire et que les implications économiques seraient plus dramatiques.

32/40 DIAPOSITIVES © Peter Parks / AFP / Getty Images Un homme traverse une rue vide dans le quartier central des affaires de Sydney le 20 mars, alors que les gens commencent à rester chez eux en raison des craintes suscitées par le COVID-19.

33/40 DIAPOSITIVES © Saeed Khan / AFP / Getty Images Un membre de l'orchestre d'Opera Australia se produit à Sydney le 19 mars. Des musiciens ont joué avec leurs instruments pour demander à la compagnie de reconsidérer sa décision de démissionner des musiciens sans salaire, et pour que le gouvernement fédéral fournisse un soutien financier d'urgence au secteur des arts du spectacle dévasté par la pandémie de coronavirus.

34/40 DIAPOSITIVES © Paul Kane / Getty Images Les acheteurs bordent les allées de Costco Perth à Perth le 19 mars. Le magasin, qui est le premier Costco en Australie occidentale, limite les achats de papier hygiénique à un paquet par client , en réponse aux achats de panique à travers l'Australie alors que les craintes sur la pandémie de COVID-19 grandissent.

35/40 DIAPOSITIVES © James D. Morgan / Getty Images Quelques personnes se tiennent à un feu de circulation au milieu des heures de pointe après que des milliers de personnes soient envoyées au travail à domicile, à Sydney le 17 mars.

36 / 40 DIAPOSITIVES © James D. Morgan / Getty Images Des panneaux d'annulation sont visibles à l'Opéra de Sydney alors qu'ils annoncent l'annulation de toutes les représentations jusqu'à la fin du mois, à Sydney le 17 mars 2020.

37/40 DIAPOSITIVES © James D. Morgan / Getty Images Un groupe de personnes porte des masques à l'hôtel de ville de Sydney le 17 mars 2020.

38/40 DIAPOSITIVES © James D. Morgan / Getty Images Une poignée de les gens visitent l'opéra de Sydney à Sydney le 17 mars alors que l'opéra a annoncé l'annulation de toutes les représentations jusqu'à la fin du mois.

39/40 DIAPOSITIVES © Lisa Maree Williams / Getty Images Un membre du personnel en vêtements médicaux de protection est vu à l'aéroport international de Brisbane le 16 mars.

40/40 DIAPOSITIVES © James D. Morgan / Getty Images Une femme attend à un passage pour piétons portant un masque facial dans la banlieue de Chatswood à Sydney le 6 mars 2020.

40/40 DIAPOSITIVES «Chacun ici aura vu ou ressenti, parmi sa propre famille ou ses amis ou cercles, les pressions qui sont en place à travers l'Australie. Ainsi, l'une des choses les plus importantes que nous puissions faire est de fournir un soutien en santé mentale.

«Plus largement, en moyenne, nous avons fourni 5,2 millions de dollars de soutien en santé mentale au cours de cette année, comme prévu, y compris un ensemble de 730 millions de dollars pour la santé mentale des jeunes, qui était, en fait, une caractéristique du budget de l'an dernier. .

«Cette année déjà, un programme de santé mentale pour les feux de brousse de 76 millions de dollars, 64 millions de dollars pour la prévention du suicide et 74 millions de dollars supplémentaires dans la première phase du soutien en cas de pandémie de santé mentale.

«Cependant, l'une des choses que nous voulions vraiment faire était de travailler avec les États et les territoires sur un plan national unique et unifié de réponse en matière de santé mentale et de bien-être en cas de pandémie.»

Si vous, ou quelqu'un que vous connaissez, souffrez de dépression, appelez Lifeline au 13 11 14, Beyondblue au 1300 22 4636 ou le service d'assistance téléphonique pour les enfants au 1800 55 1800.


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admet qu'une erreur de JobKeeper de 60 milliards de dollars était "regrettable" .
Le trésorier de Votre navigateur ne prend pas en charge cette vidéo Le trésorier de Josh Frydenberg a qualifié l'erreur de signalement de JobKeeper de 60 milliards de dollars de "regrettable". Dans un article d'opinion pour The Australian aujourd'hui, M. Frydenberg a déclaré que le Trésor avait massivement surestimé le nombre de personnes qui auraient besoin de JobKeeper car en mars, il pensait que la crise sanitaire serait bien pire et que les implications économiques seraient plus dramatiques.

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