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Victoria records two COVID-19 cases and two deaths as businesses reopen | ABC News

Two new cases coronavirus and two further deaths have been reported in Victoria in the past 24 hours.

As of today, a number of Melbourne’s lockdown restrictions were relaxed at midnight.

Pubs, cafes, retail and beauticians can begin trading for the first time in almost four months, on the back of two days of zero cases and no deaths.

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