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Police come out in force to stop Melbourne's violent protests spreading to St Kilda beach ...

The Daily Mail 23 Sep 2021
Melbourne residents are allowed to socialise outdoors in groups of up to five people if every person over 18 is fully vaccinated ... Melbourne residents ... Melbourne residents are allowed to socialise outdoors in groups of up to five people if every person over 18 is fully vaccinated.
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Melbourne CBD riots extend into third day

TVNZ 22 Sep 2021
Hundreds of "violent thugs" protesting mandatory vaccination rules have returned to central Melbourne, as riot police saturated major intersections to avoid a repeat of Tuesday's unrest. Tradies line the streets of Melbourne's CBD as protests continue into their third day ... Tension grows as protests spill into their third day in Melbourne.
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Chaos as police fire rubber bullets to clear anti-vaxxer tradies from Melbourne's sacred war memorial ...

The Daily Mail 22 Sep 2021
Protesters set up camp at Melbourne's war memorial in the hope police wouldn't fire on them out of respect for fallen Anzacs ... Last week, in an attempt to stop the virus spreading on work sites, lunch rooms were shut down prompting scores of Melbourne tradies to block off busy roads with barbecues and outdoor furniture.
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Victoria's desperate attempt to stop a third day of carnage: Police arrest tradies as they ...

The Daily Mail 22 Sep 2021
Several tradesmen have been arrested in Melbourne after arriving for a third day of protests against mandatory Covid vaccinations ... Last week, in an attempt to stop the virus spreading on work sites, lunch rooms were shut down prompting scores of Melbourne tradies to block off busy roads with barbecues and outdoor furniture.
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Distraught dad who runs a construction business fights back tears as he claims he was ...

The Daily Mail 21 Sep 2021
The father - who runs a Melbourne home improvement company - told 3AW's Breakfast Show he was going into work today to tell his son he was axed ... Tea rooms were also set to be shut and workers forced to eat lunch outdoors. Travel between Melbourne and the regions for work was also to be banned.
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Melbourne construction sites shut down after anti-vaccine mandate protest

Straits Times 21 Sep 2021
Authorities, meanwhile, have begun to ease some tough restrictions on outdoor gatherings and exercise in Sydney and Melbourne as vaccination rates surge, with more freedom promised once dual-dose levels in the adult population reach 70-80 per cent.
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Anti-vaccine violence prompts Melbourne building site shutdown

Al Jazeera 21 Sep 2021
Authorities, meanwhile, have begun to ease some strict restrictions on outdoor gatherings and exercise in Sydney and Melbourne as vaccination rates surge, with residents promised more freedom once 70 to 80 percent of the adult population is fully vaccinated.
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60 held as Melbourne police fire pellets to break up Covid protest

The Telegraph India 21 Sep 2021
Police in Melbourne fired pepper balls and ... Authorities have begun to ease some strictures on outdoor gatherings and exercise in Sydney and Melbourne as vaccination rates rise, with more freedom promised once 70% to 80% of adults in the population have received both vaccine doses.
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Metro USA 21 Sep 2021
Argentina unveiled plans to ease pandemic restrictions, including loosening strict border controls, allowing more commercial activities and getting rid of the mandatory wearing of face masks outdoors ...Police in Melbourne used pepper balls and rubber pellets to scatter ...
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Melbourne shuts construction sites after violent anti-vaccine protest

RTE 21 Sep 2021
Authorities, meanwhile, have begun to ease some tough restrictions on outdoor gatherings and exercise in Sydney and Melbourne as vaccination rates surge, with more freedom promised once dual-dose levels in the adult population reach 70%-80%.
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Virus lockdown end in sight for Australia's second-largest city

Urdu Point 19 Sep 2021
Melbourne, Sept 19 ... But once the vaccination rate lifts to 80 percent -- projected by roughly November 5 -- fully vaccinated Melbourne residents will enjoy a greater range of freedoms, including no masks outdoors, up to 10 visitors to homes, and the option to work from offices.
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Daniel Andrews reveals when schools will return, Victorians can travel interstate, you can have a ...

The Daily Mail 19 Sep 2021
Despite case numbers climbing, up to 1,000 protesters took to the streets of Melbourne on Saturday demanding an end to lockdown (pictured) ... Victorians can expect to dine outdoors at pubs and restaurants next month while students can return to school as Premier Daniel Andrews unveils his road map out of lockdown (pictured in Melbourne).
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Melbourne pins lockdown exit on hitting vaccine targets

RTE 19 Sep 2021
But once the vaccination rate lifts to 80% - projected by roughly 5 November - fully vaccinated Melbourne residents will enjoy a greater range of freedoms, including no masks outdoors, up to 10 visitors to homes, and the option to work from offices ... demonstration in Melbourne.
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Australia reports 1,882 Covid-19 cases as police quell protests

Otago Daily Times 18 Sep 2021
Anti-lockdown protesters gathered despite current Covid-19 restrictions prohibiting large outdoor gatherings.
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Victoria Covid restrictions: Melbourne lockdown, curfew and regional Vic coronavirus rules explained

The Observer 17 Sep 2021
From 11.59pm, 17 September, there will be 6 reasons to leave your house in Metropolitan Melbourne and Ballarat ... From 11.59pm, 9 September time permitted for exercise – and now outdoor social interaction – will increase from two hours a day to four hours in metropolitan Melbourne (and the city of Ballarat).
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