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Melbourne Lockdown International News. The second wave: Australia was seen as a shining example for beating the virus, and it was thought that Melbourne had done so as of late June. (Natural News) Police in Melbourne, Australia now have the power to enter people's homes without a warrant and perform 'spot checks' to enforce compliance with new coronavirus lockdown rules. (Article by Paul Joseph Watson republished from Summit.news). AUSTRALIA has put metropolitan Melbourne and one other regional area of the state of Victoria back into lockdown after a huge spike in The lockdown, which will come into affect from mightnight on Wednesday, will affect nearly five million people and was announced just hours before.

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AUSTRALIA has put metropolitan Melbourne and one other regional area of the state of Victoria back into lockdown after a huge spike in The lockdown, which will come into affect from mightnight on Wednesday, will affect nearly five million people and was announced just hours before. The second wave: Australia was seen as a shining example for beating the virus, and it was thought that Melbourne had done so as of late June. (Natural News) Police in Melbourne, Australia now have the power to enter people's homes without a warrant and perform 'spot checks' to enforce compliance with new coronavirus lockdown rules. (Article by Paul Joseph Watson republished from Summit.news). A resident of a Melbourne tower block that was put into complete lockdown says they had no notice.