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Melbourne streets nearly empty as city of 5 million begins curfew and lockdown


Australia's second-largest city starts a six-week curfew and sinks into a tighter lockdown, as the number of global coronavirus cases on Monday topped 18 million. Streets in the city of almost five million residents are nearly empty, as shops and non-essential business close and people stay home.

Added on the 03/08/2020 15:55:55 - Copyright : AFP EN

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