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Many Melbourne restaurants want Daniel Andrews to speed up the relaxation of restrictions when he updates COVID-19 rules for venues on Sunday.Many Melbourne restaurants want Daniel Andrews to speed up the relaxation of restrictions when he updates COVID-19 rules for venues on Sunday.

The Victorian Premier welcomes Gladys Berejiklian's announcement that the NSW border will open on November 23, but reminds Victorians "we have lots of places here you can visit".The Victorian Premier welcomes Gladys Berejiklian's announcement that the NSW border will open on November 23, but reminds Victorians "we have lots of places here you can visit".

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Hundreds of Melburnians flocked to a violent 'Freedom Day' protest against coronavirus restrictions while Sydneysiders enjoyed a glamorous day at Royal Randwick Racecourse.Hundreds of Melburnians flocked to a violent 'Freedom Day' protest against coronavirus restrictions while Sydneysiders enjoyed a glamorous day at Royal Randwick Racecourse.

Melbourne descends into chaos hours ahead of the Cup as Sydney racegoers polish off best outfits | Daily Mail Online

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Coronavirus is unlikely to be permanently eradicated in Victoria, and life over the next six months will not change much, a health expert predicts.Coronavirus is unlikely to be permanently eradicated in Victoria, and life over the next six months will not change much, a health expert predicts.

COVID-19 unlikely to be wiped from Victoria, expert predicts

Victoria has recorded no new COVID-19 cases or deaths for a fifth day in a row.

Coronavirus Victoria update: Fifth consecutive day of no COVID-19 cases, zero deaths

Protest in Melbourne on Cup day sees 400 arrested as as police clashed with anti-lockdown protesters despite loosened restrictions.Up-to-date-information

Protest in Melbourne on Cup day sees 400 arrested.

Despite four consecutive days of no new coronavirus cases in Victoria, a health expert has cast doubt on the likelihood COVID-19 will be eradicated. On Tuesday, Victoria’s COVID-19 testing ch…

Health expert casts doubt on likelihood COVID-19 will be eradicated – 3AW

Hundreds were arrested at a Melbourne protest but not at the city's crowded beaches. Hundreds were arrested at a Melbourne protest but not at the city's crowded beaches.

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Victoria Police arrested 404 people at Melbourne's anti-lockdown protest, as well as issuing a tonne of fines to people not wearing masks.Anti-lockdown protesters say they won't stop until Dan Andrews is out.

More Than 400 Arrested At Melbourne's Anti-Lockdown Protest

Victoria Police used capsicum spray on the anti-government protesters, many of whom weren't wearing face masks in line with the state's COVID-19 rules. Victoria Police used capsicum spray on the anti-government protesters, many of whom weren't wearing face masks in line with the state's COVID-19 rules.

Police arrest more than 400 protesters at a Melbourne anti-lockdown rally | SBS News

Victoria has recorded its fifth straight day of no new cases of COVID-19 and no deaths.

Victoria marks five straight days of no new COVID cases - bay 93.9 Geelong

Victoria has recorded no new cases of coronavirus and no deaths for a fifth consecutive day, a feat not seen since February. At the time, the state went three...Victoria has recorded no new cases of coronavirus and no deaths for a fifth consecutive day, a feat not seen since February. At the time, the state went three...

Vic records no cases for fifth day running | St George & Sutherland Shire Leader | St George, NSW

Victoria has recorded no new cases of coronavirus and no deaths for a fifth consecutive day, a feat not seen since February. At the time, the state went three...Victoria has recorded no new cases of coronavirus and no deaths for a fifth consecutive day, a feat not seen since February. At the time, the state went three...

Vic records no cases for fifth day running | The Murray Valley Standard | Murray Bridge, SA

Victoria has recorded no new coronavirus cases or deaths for the fifth day in a row. The 14-day rolling average in Melbourne has fallen to 1.7 and the average in regional Victoria remains at zero. Two mystery cases have been recorded across the state in the past fortnight. Victoria has recorded no new coronavirus cases or deaths for the fifth day in a row. The 14-day rolling average in Melbourne has fallen to 1.7 and the average in regional Victoria remains at zero. Two mystery cases have been recorded across the state in the past fortnight.

The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases worldwide has passed 47 million, Johns Hopkins University data shows, and there have been more than 1.2 million deaths from the virus.The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases worldwide has passed 47 million, Johns Hopkins University data shows, and there have been more than 1.2 million deaths from the virus.

Australia has recorded just over 27,600 infections.Australia has recorded just over 27,600 infections.

COVID-19: Australia's Victoria reports no new coronavirus cases for a fifth straight day | Newshub

Despite restrictions easing in the city almost a week ago, there were protests outside Victoria's parliament.Despite restrictions easing in the city almost a week ago, there were protests outside Victoria's parliament.

Anti-lockdown rally in Melbourne turns ugly, with several arrests | 1 NEWS | TVNZ

An anti-lockdown rally has turned ugly in central Melbourne, with police surrounding protesters and making over 400 arrests. Despite restrictions easing in Me...An anti-lockdown rally has turned ugly in central Melbourne, with police surrounding protesters and making over 400 arrests. Despite restrictions easing in Me...

Hundreds arrested as Vic rally turns ugly | Moree Champion | Moree, NSW