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Covid 19 coronavirus: Melbourne lockdown could lift in weeks

New Zealand Herald Sunday, 20 September 2020
Covid 19 coronavirus: Melbourne lockdown could lift in weeksDaniel Andrews has hinted for the first time that Melbourne may be lifted out of lockdown before October 26, maybe even in a couple of weeks. Melburnians are waking up today with the prospect of having to endure just a couple more...
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