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Sonder Blog

Managing stress whilst studying at home

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Featured

It's time to update your Sonder app!

We've made some exciting changes that'll improve your Sonder experience. These changes are based on the feedback of our valuable members and partners and we hope you like them.

 

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Student life

Alert: Virtual kidnapping scam

Authorities are warning members of the community about an elaborate phone scam targeting Chinese students, known globally as a ‘virtual kidnapping'

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Everyday Safety

Misinformation and scamming

Unfortunately there are those that attempt to make financial gain by exploiting members of the public. This comes in the form of scams via email, phone call and other regular forms of contact.

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Adventure & freedom
Wellbeing

Changes to restrictions: Make sure you're up to date.

Across the last few weeks restrictions have begun to lift in some states, and have reverted in others. It can be confusing keeping track of the rules. If you need any help understanding what you can or can't do, reach out to our support team at any time.  We're always here to help - just open your Sonder app to get started.

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Everyday Safety

Wild weather: We are ready to respond

Volatile weather means that it's important that our members take the relevant safety measures to ensure their own wellbeing in their day to day lives.

You can find some easy ways to prepare yourself below and get reliable information from the Australian Bureau of Meteorology and New Zealand WeatherWatch.

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Featured

COVID-19: The Facts

Sonder utilises trusted and credible sources to be able to share precise, consolidated information about the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) with our partners, members and international students enrolled in universities and colleges across Australia and NZ who may be otherwise be unsure who to turn to for help. Our sources include the World Health Organization (WHO), the Centre for Disease Control and Prevention and other government agencies to ensure the information we provide to you is accurate.

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