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Melbourne's skies are still overcast but the mood is buoyant on the long weekend, as residents soak up the first weekend of cafes, restaurants and shops being open. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has ordered a sweeping national lockdown for four weeks after a spike of COVID-19 cases. Follow our live coverage here.Melbourne's skies are still overcast but the mood is buoyant on the long weekend, as residents soak up the first weekend of cafes, restaurants and shops being open. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has ordered a sweeping national lockdown for four weeks after a spike of COVID-19 cases. Follow our live coverage here.

A special mental health campaign has been launched as more Australians suffering from the pressures of the COVID-19 pandemic seek help.A special mental health campaign has been launched as more Australians suffering from the pressures of the COVID-19 pandemic seek help.

COVID-19 mental health crisis: New campaign as Australians seek help

It is the third zero-case day in Victoria in a week, after the state suffered a horror second wave with 819 of the country's total 907 deaths related to the virus.It is the third zero-case day in Victoria in a week, after the state suffered a horror second wave with 819 of the country's total 907 deaths related to the virus.

Coronavirus: Australia records SIX Covid cases amid global lockdowns | Daily Mail Online

The Morrison government is launching a mental health campaign to assist Australians through the COVID-19 pandemic.The Morrison government is launching a mental health campaign to assist Australians through the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Six new coronavirus cases have been recorded in Australia - in the states of New South Wales, Western Australia and South Australia. Six new coronavirus cases have been recorded in Australia - in the states of New South Wales, Western Australia and South Australia.

Six new coronavirus cases reported in Australia as US records more than 100,000 cases in one day | SBS News

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