Australia coronavirus live news: TGA reveals fatal blood clots case; one dead in Victoria floods

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A second death ‘likely linked’ to AstraZeneca vaccine blood clots has been recorded, but experts say benefits still outweigh risks of extremely rare condition; plus one man has died and thousands of homes around Victoria are without power after wild weather. Follow live

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The Australian prime minister, Scott Morrison, and his Singaporean counterpart, Lee Hsien Loong, have confirmed students will be the first group to travel under a bubble arrangement to be established by the two countries, with Morrison stating it will happen “sooner rather than later”.

Lee confirmed students would be the first priority following talks between the two leaders in Singapore on Thursday.

Before Covid-19 many Singaporeans travelled to Australia for business, holidays and to pursue their education...

We need to resume these people-to-people flows to maintain our close and excellent bilateral relationship.

Related: Australia and Singapore say students first to benefit from travel bubble

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