Covid 19 coronavirus: Victorians, businesses react to Melbourne lockdown being lifted

Victorians and local businesses are celebrating the end of a tough two-week lockdown but many are warning there will not be a “snap back” to life as usual. After two weeks under stay-at-home orders, the toughest restrictions in Melbourne were lifted at 11.59pm last night, after just one new virus case was recorded on Tuesday. “This is a good day.

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Coronavirus UK news – Boris Johnson showdown with Sturgeon tomorrow as 75% of adults vaccinated amid 12 new Covid deaths

BORIS Johnson will face off with Nicola Sturgeon tomorrow as the UK's devolved powers discuss their different plans to exit lockdown. It comes as the UK recorded 12 deaths from Covid today – the highest number of cases since April 1. After analysis of data on the current rate of coronavirus infections versus hospitalisations and deaths, the PM today declared

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Sickos selling Harold Shipman face masks say Dr Death coverings ‘support NHS’

Ghouls are selling Covid masks showing serial killer Harold Shipman. The “Slightly Dubious Good Doctor” face coverings show the mouth and white beard of the GP, who is believed to have murdered up to 250 patients including a four-year-old girl. Shipman, dubbed Dr Death, is the UK’s worst serial killer. The sick masks are being sold online for £10. The

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Wuhan lab staff fell ill weeks before Covid was announced says bombshell report

Three lab staff in Wuhan became ill and were sent to hospital weeks before China told the world a deadly new virus was rampant, a huge spy report reveals. Never-seen-before US intelligence exposes fresh information on how many researchers were affected, the Wall Street Journal reports. The dossier shows when they fell ill and the dates of their hospital visits

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