New COVID restrictions in NSW, Melb and Wellington (NZ)

23 June 2021 | While Melbourne is easing restrictions tomorrow, COVID cases have grown in Sydney and from 4pm today (June 23rd) the NSW government has imposed further restrictions. See more detail for Sydney here.

Wellington will move to Alert Level 2 at 6pm today, while the rest of New Zealand remains at Alert Level 1. See Wellington's situation here.

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Deadline for the Next Edition of JoCAT

Submission deadline Volume 16, Number 2, 2021 is SUNDAY 6 JUNE
If you have an Article, Case Study, Essay, Reflection, Discussion Paper, Review, Interview, or a Creative Contribution that you would like to see published, send it in for consideration. Image: Sasha Iyengar, Like ripples, we hope this work will change the tide (Day 4)’, from Newborn in pandemic: Creativity in isolation, JoCAT 15(1), 29.

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