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Australia’s drug regulator, the Therapeutic Goods Administration, for dropping its investigation into newspaper advertisements taken out by the former federal politician Clive Palmer that described a drug unproven in the treatment of COVID 19 as a “cure”.
The Australian chapter of the Genesis II Church of Health and Healing which is selling chlorine dioxide – marketed as Miracle Mineral Solution – online. The website selling the product in Australia states the solution is the formulation “approved” by church founder, Jim Humble.
The more than 100 protesters who opposed coronavirus lockdown measures, despite warnings from Victorian police earlier this week to stay home.
Colourful billionaire Clive Palmer who after being refused entry into Western Australia is threatening a High Court challenge to the state’s strict state border closure.
The Federal Government for changes which will allow the regulation of new chemicals entering the Australian marketplace to be left in the hands of private industry from next week, as a major overhaul of chemical regulation takes effect.