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Strict Covid-19 bans eased in Melbourne, Australia

Most casualties due to new type of coronavirus (Covid-19) in Australia. And some of the measures eased in Victoria, the state where the number of cases recorded.

The night curfew in the city is being lifted from tomorrow.

Victorian State Prime Minister Daniel Andrews at a press conference in Melbourne, the state capital. Made a statement about the casualties due to the virus, the number of new cases and the mitigated Covid-19 measures.

Prime Minister Andrews announced that 16 people were diagnosed with Covid-19 according to the test results in the last 24 hours.

He said that as 2 more people died from the virus. He said that the number of people who lost their lives in the state reached 784.

Prime Minister Andrews stated that they started to ease the strict Covid-19 bans as part of the roadmap prepared to return the state of Victoria to normal.

That the curfew between 21:00 and 05:00, which was applied as of August 2, was lifted to stop the second wave in the state.

Stressing that with the abolition of the curfew, which will be valid from tomorrow, the fines have been increased in order to prevent violation of the rules.

The penalty of $ 1652 given to those who were found to have violated the rules during police inspections. He noted that it was raised to 5 thousand dollars.

Stating that about 130 people will start working again under the loosened restrictions, Andrews.

He noted that a maximum of five people from two houses are allowed to gather in public spaces.

Andrews stated that the schools in the third term holiday will reopen on October 5, when students in the 11th and 12th grade start face-to-face education.

He announced that as of October 12, all students will go to their schools.

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