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Morrison backing tough Melbourne lockdown

SBS Tuesday, 30 June 2020 ()
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has raised the prospect of fines for people refusing to get coronavirus tests as Melbourne grapples with an outbreak.
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Australia steps up Hong Kong action in wake of China security law

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A hard lockdown is set to end for eight of the public housing estates in Melbourne, meaning people will be able to leave for essential purposes.
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Victoria records another 165 coronavirus cases as second Melbourne lockdown begins

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Victoria records another 165 coronavirus cases as Melbourne lockdown begins

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