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Melbourne to ease more COVID-19 restrictions after series of lockdowns

Pubblicato su Domenica, 24 Ottobre 2021 13:05 Scritto da CBC | World News
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Melbourne, one of the world's most locked-down cities that emerged from its latest spate of COVID-19 restrictions heading into the weekend, will see more curbs eased later this week when the state of Victoria reaches an 80 per cent full vaccination rate, officials said on Sunday.

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