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Photo: The Guardian

Australia: Melbourne Enjoys First Weekend Without COVID Curbs

Following Sydney, Australia has now allowed the citizens of Melbourne, who were fully vaccinated, after 262 days of lockdown to enjoy the first weekend. On October 23, people were seen queued for barbers, restaurants, and enjoying their frost drink in pubs in spite of the rain. Reportedly, further relaxation will be allowed after the completion of 80% vaccination in Victoria, of which Melbourne is the capital.  

Sat, 23 Oct 2021 - 03:35 PM / by SAM RAHUL RAJA…

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