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Is Melbourne's coronavirus lockdown really the longest in the world? Here's how other countries stack up

SBS Tuesday, 8 September 2020
Melbourne's lockdown ranks among the toughest in the world. Here's how other regions have handled the deadly outbreak in comparison.
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