Victoria records its first COVID-19 deaths
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Five new coronavirus cases in Victoria as five Melbourne suburbs are put on high alertResidents of a tower block in Melbourne's north have been told to isolate for 48 hours after being linked to a nearby school where a student tested positive.
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Victorian government backflips on plan allowing 1,250 people at Cox Plate horse race after heavy backlashRacing Minister Martin Pakula says the move was "a mistake" and apologised for "any upset" that had been caused.
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