Space to play or pause, M to mute, left and right arrows to seek, up and down arrows for volume.Watch Watch ABC News liveShareFacebookTwitterArticle share optionsShare this onFacebookTwitterLinkedInSend this byEmailMessengerCopy linkWhatsAppPrint contentPrint with images and other mediaPrint text onlyPrintCancelThe Australian Medical Association is calling for the immediate set up of a national register of healthcare workers infected by COVID-19 so the industry can collect data and close service gaps.The Victorian Health Department says 388 healthcare workers have contracted coronavirus since the beginning of the pandemic, with 150 of those cases still active.Stay up-to-date on the coronavirus outbreakDownload the ABC News app and subscribe to our range of news alerts for the latest on how the pandemic is impacting the worldFollow today's events as they unfold.Leave a commentLive updates12mminutes agoThuThursday 16 JulJuly 2020 at 9:48pmBy Dannielle MaguireCash splash to get movies made in Oz? ? ?The Federal?Government has announced another cash boost for the struggling entertainment industry, this time $400 million towards a program to make Australia more attractive to overseas film and?TV producers.? ?The money's actually going to an already existing Location Incentive program and will be spread out over the next three years.? ? ? ?The program's aim is to attract productions and get an ongoing pipeline of work for the Australian entertainment sector.? ? ??It's estimated the $400 million investment will attract?around $3 billion in foreign spending and create 8,000 jobs a year.? ? ? ?Prime Minister Scott Morrison hopes the money will lead to more jobs for people in the industry from actors to make up artists and carpenters.? ? ? ??"This investment is key to our JobMaker plan to create jobs, boost local business activity and provide training and skills," he said.14mminutes agoThuThursday 16 JulJuly 2020 at 9:46pmBy Dannielle MaguireCOVID makes staffing difficult for hospitals? ?Dr Parnis was asked how the coronavirus situation was impacting staffing at hospitals, given workers have to be so careful about their own health right now.?? ?Here's what he said:? ?"It does make it hard.??"There are some places where the roster becomes more thread bare.? ?"It's also compounded by the fact in the past, we used to soldier on if we had a runny nose or a sore throat, but we can't afford to do that these days.??"If that happens, we've got to get a swab, stay at home until we get the result.??"The implications for service provision are difficult.??"And everyone has to scramble to try to make sure that we can fill some of those gaps."??18mminutes agoThuThursday 16 JulJuly 2020 at 9:42pmBy Dannielle Maguire'Anxiety is palpable' among healthcare workers??Emergency doctor and former Australian Medical Association?vice-president Stephen Parnis spoke to ABC News Breakfast this morning.? ?He says there,
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