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Coronavirus Australia: Victoria reports three more deaths and 363 new cases as masks made mandatory in Melbourne – The Guardian

Daniel Andrews’s announcement comes as state tries to control a second wave of Covid-19 and NSW reports 18 new cases



Victoria has recorded 363 new Covid-19 cases and three more people have died as premier Daniel Andrews announced face masks will be made mandatory across Melbourne as the state attempts to control a second-wave outbreak of the virus.
Meanwhile New South Wales has seen its highest increase for three months, recording 18 new Covid-19 cases including three who have no identified links to known clusters, prompting the state government to flag concerns about people attending hotels, restaurants, gym…

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