Connect with us


Victoria coronavirus tower lockdown ends in North Melbourne –

While most of the residents are now allowed outside for the first time in two weeks, some will have to stay in their units for longer.



post featured image

Public housing residents in North Melbourne are coming out of a two-week hard lockdown after a coronavirus outbreak prompted the state government to take strict measures.
The enforced shut-in of public housing residents at 33 Alfred Street since July 4 ended late Saturday night, meaning they can now leave their homes for food, medicine, exercise, study and work – like the rest of Melbourne.
However, up to one third of the towers residents, who either have the virus or are a close contact of so…

Click here to view the original article.