Melbourne hat schmerzhaften Lockdown überstanden. Die Coronavirus-Situation in Australien hat sich deutlich entspannt. Im einstigen. Schätzungen der australischen Regierung zufolge gingen durch den Lockdown täglich Jobs verloren. Gäste eines Restaurants sitzen mit. Doch der Bundesstaat Victoria bleibt weiter von Rest-Australien isoliert. Lockdown über die australische Metropole Melbourne aufgehoben.
Melbourne beendet Corona-Lockdown nach fast vier MonatenDoch der Bundesstaat Victoria bleibt weiter von Rest-Australien isoliert. Lockdown über die australische Metropole Melbourne aufgehoben. Melbourne hat schmerzhaften Lockdown überstanden. Die Coronavirus-Situation in Australien hat sich deutlich entspannt. Im einstigen. Der Premierminister des australischen Bundesstaates Victoria, Andrews, verteidigt die Corona-Ausgangsbeschränkungen. Victoria ist der.
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He estimated 20, cases have been averted over the period since stage three restrictions have been in place. The fatalities included three women in their 70s, two women in their 80s, one man in his 90s and one woman in her 90s.
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Indoor gatherings of people have been banned. Chief medical officer, Professor Brendan Murphy, addressed viewers after the PM - emphasising the reasons behind these new tough measures by saying:.
But it's also clear that some people haven't got it.. It is not clear that many of these measures are proportionate to the health risk.
Several Liberal politicians have also joined calls to wind back stage-four. He argued that requiring employees to get a permit to travel to work and forcing parents to get one to use child care was too strict and that most people were doing the right thing.
Federal Immigration Minister Alan Tudge said he feared young people are being affected particularly badly by lockdown.
Mr Andrews today said stage-four lockdown was the only way to beat the virus. He said: 'This strategy is difficult, it's heartbreaking, it's very challenging but it's the only one that will drive down movement across Victoria and, therefore, drive down case numbers.
Under the Emergency Management Act , Victoria's Premier can declare a state of disaster if there is a 'significant and widespread danger to life or property in Victoria'.
The figure takes the state's death toll to and the national total to Fourteen of the 19 deaths were residents in aged care.
Victoria currently has 7, active coronavirus cases, including 1, among healthcare workers. The Australian Medical Association has said it is 'extremely concerned' after healthcare workers contracted the virus over the past 14 days.
After peaking at on 5 August, Premier Daniel Andrews said the daily case totals appeared to be decreasing as a result of stage-three lockdown and compulsory mask wearing.
Premier Daniel Andrews on Monday announced that Victoria has suffered 19 coronavirus deaths. And police checkpoints have been established at transport hubs, interrogating travellers as to the importance of their journey.
OK guys. China controlled it. South Korea is controlling it. Singapore is controlling it. Taiwan is controlling it.
Hong Kong is controlling it. Can we please motivate leaders in our Western countries to do the same? We can learn from Asia and we can do it too!!!
Expect to be asked to stay at home for 14 days if feeling unwell. Expect to be asked to limit your exposure to others. Events will be cancelled — at first by concerned organisers and then by government order.
All are likely to be affected. Meanwhile a former prime minister of the Cook Islands, Joseph Williams, has been confirmed to have died of coronavirus in New Zealand.
It is the second death there in two days and brings the country's total to Covid: Australian anti-lockdown suspect's arrest draws controversy.
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What happened at the protests?