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Melbourne lockdown to stay as arrests made over Covid protests

Belfast Telegraph Sunday, 6 September 2020
Victoria state announced a slight easing of restrictions in Melbourne on Sunday but Australia’s second-largest city will remain in lockdown until at least October 26.
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