Thousands of workers get injured every year in Australia, which can often lead them to spend months away from their jobs. Workers most at risk of getting injured at work are labourers, community and personal service workers and machinery operators and drivers. For all these occupations, it is imperative that a worker is able to perform their job at their full capacity to prevent further injuries and issues from occuring.
Back in 2020 on the 12th of March, the WHO (World Health Organisation) declared the COVID-19 outbreak an official pandemic. On the 12th of March, the total number of deaths due to the Coronavirus was tallied at around 4, 981. Over the next 14 days, the total number of deaths worldwide reported on the 26th of March would increase to around 531, 865.
It’s a fact: going into a medical clinic to speak with a doctor in person is not the most enjoyable or convenient experience. Whether it is sitting in traffic, having to rush straight back to work or rescheduling your personal life, these types of issues have become more inconvenient as our lives continue to get faster and busier.