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Victoria records two new coronavirus cases, two further deaths as Melbourne emerges from lockdown

SBS Wednesday, 28 October 2020
Victoria has had two coronavirus deaths, taking the state toll to 819 and the national figure to 907, plus two new cases, as thousands of Melburnians head back to work.
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