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Asia Today: Australian PM defends Melbourne lockdown

Seattle Times Wednesday, 8 July 2020
CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Australia’s prime minister says a shutdown of the nation’s second-largest city is necessary and promised continuing financial support for businesses that fear they won’t survive a second lockdown. The Victoria state government said Melbourne and part of its surrounds will lock down for six weeks from Wednesday night because the rate […]
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News video: Public towers in Melbourne in lockdown after COVID-19 outbreak in Australia

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Nine public housing apartment blocks around Melbourne went into hard lockdown on Saturday, (July 4) for at least five days due to an outbreak of coronavirus, as seen in this drone footage.

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