7NEWS Australia published this video item, entitled “COVID ‘GAME-CHANGER’ | How Australian sporting and stadium events will look in the future | 7NEWS” – below is their description.
Footy fans could be required to provide proof of a COVID-19 vaccination or negative test result before entering stadiums, after the virus spread at rugby and A-F-L matches in Melbourne. The Victorian government is considering a number of measures to keep spectators safe when crowds return. Is that a fair compromise for getting to go to the footy? PLUS Australia has accused China of organising a major cyber attack on Microsoft Exchange email servers earlier this year. AND an Irish Olympic athlete debunks the rumours about Japan’s cardboard beds.
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