Coronavirus in Australia: Melbourne returns to lockdown as cases surge – BBC News
Five million residents of the Australian city of Melbourne have been told to stay at home for six weeks, amid a surge in coronavirus cases.
Victoria State Premier Daniel Andrews announced the lockdown after the state saw 191 new infections, its highest daily number since the pandemic began.
The state’s borders with neighbours New South Wales and South Australia closed at midnight local time (14:00 GMT).
Australia has recorded almost 9,000 cases and 106 deaths from the virus.
But almost all new cases have been in Victoria.
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