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Will Melbourne make its next lockdown goal to ease restrictions? We have some bad news | ABC News

The Doherty Institute in Melbourne has delivered a stark warning about the city’s chances of getting under five daily COVID-19 cases – a target the Victorian government has set for the next easing of restrictions.
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According to the state’s roadmap to recovery, the rolling 14-day average in metropolitan Melbourne has to fall below five by the 19th of October before the city can take the next step out of lockdown.

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