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A dozen schools from Toorak to Drysdale closed as COVID-19 spreads – The Age

Premier Daniel Andrews says while he was happy to report a lower daily number on Monday, it was too early to say if things had turned around.



Premier Daniel Andrews said that while he happy to be reporting a lower rate of new coronavirus infections, a key measure of success would come later in the week, after which Melbourne and Mitchell Shire would have spent two weeks under new social distancing restrictions.
“I don’t want anyone to think that just because we have had a couple of days where we have seen a decrease, that somehow a corner has been turned and we can be less vigilant about following these rules,” Mr Andrews said.

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