An Australian woman will be deported from China after defying the government-mandated coronavirus quarantine by going out for a jog. The woman was filmed running through the streets of Beijing while she was meant to be on day home isolation after returning to China from overseas. The footage, which has been viewed more than 20million times after it emerged on Chinese social media, shows the year-old jogging in active wear. The woman, who works for Bayer Healthcare was reported to the Chaoyang Public Security Bureau for refusing 'to cooperate with the community epidemic prevention work,' The Australian reported. The footage, which has been viewed more than 20million times, shows the woman jogging through the streets of Beijing in active wear. The year-old woman pictured , who returned to Beijing on March 15 after travelling outside of China, is reported to have left her quarantine to go for a jog without wearing a mask.
McDonald's sacks Australian franchisee over race row video - BBC News
Isabel Lucas born 29 January  is an Australian actress and model. She is best known for her role as Alice in Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen She also appeared in the American television series MacGyver. Lucas was born in Melbourne, Australia,   the daughter of Beatrice, a special needs teacher, and Andrew, a pilot. She can speak French and Swiss-German in addition to English. Monica's College in Cairns.
A woman lied on her resume to land a $185,000-a-year job. Now she's going to jail
CNN Rafael Nadal called it one of the more scary moments he's had on the tennis court. AusOpen pic. Chat with us in Facebook Messenger.
Samara Weaving born 23 February is an Australian actress and model. She began her acting career on the television series Out of the Blue and came to further prominence with her portrayal of Indi Walker in the Australian soap opera Home and Away — Weaving was born on 23 February in Adelaide ,  but grew up in Singapore, Fiji, and Indonesia. Her mother, Helena Bezzina, is an art therapist, who teaches museum studies at Newcastle University. It was not commissioned for a second season.