Melbourne, which has been declared the “most vibrant city in the world” for seven years before 2018. He was driven out by Vienna and will not be so cozy in the next six weeks.
Australia’s second-largest city is facing tough closure measures as another record spike in coronavirus cases was seen in Victoria, 671 in a single day, CNN reported.
How strict? From Sunday evening, curfew will be held from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., and the Victoria prime minister will order the region to enter a “state of disaster.”
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He said “we need to do more, and we need to do more now”;, telling people that “Where you slept last night, you will have to stay for the next six weeks.”
In addition, only one person from each Melbourne household who has spent most of July under these restrictions will be allowed to leave home once a day without curfew restrictions. And that’s just to pick up essentials within a five-mile radius of their home.
Exercising with the same radius is only allowed for an hour a day.
State opposition leader Michael O’Brien reportedly made an exception to the decision, saying the Victorian era “did not deserve it” and that “In announcing the state of the disaster, Andrews acknowledged that his government had lost control of COVID-19 in the state.” “
Meanwhile, in the United States, where the abolition of the death penalty is nowhere more severe, about 4.6 million. People have been infected and more than 154,000 have died from the disease, according to the latest figures from Johns Hopkins University. The death toll is expected to reach 173,000 in three weeks, according to a new forecast from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention quoted by CNN. That’s an average of nearly 1,000 deaths each day.