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Melbourne, Australia, 2 September, 2020. A view of Southbank from Flinders Street Station during COVID-19 in Melbourne, Australia. Premier Daniel Andrews Labor Government was given a six month extension to their State of Emergency Powers. Under these powers, the government need not justify their response to the pandemic or have to face any scrutiny. It risks the continuation of major events in Victoria and will plunge the state into the deepest recession not seen in 100 years. The government continues to push the meaningless daily case numbers as daily deaths continue to plunge as Aged Care i

Melbourne, Australia, 2 September, 2020. A view of Southbank from Flinders Street Station during COVID-19 in Melbourne, Australia.  Premier Daniel Andrews Labor Government was given a six month extension to their State of Emergency Powers. Under these powers, the government need not justify their response to the pandemic or have to face any scrutiny. It risks the continuation of major events in Victoria and will plunge the state into the deepest recession not seen in 100 years. The government continues to push the meaningless daily case numbers as daily deaths continue to plunge as Aged Care i Stock Photo
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Speed Media  / Alamy Stock Photo

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5184 x 3456 px | 43.9 x 29.3 cm | 17.3 x 11.5 inches | 300dpi

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2 September 2020

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Steven Markham

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Melbourne, Australia, 2 September, 2020. A view of Southbank from Flinders Street Station during COVID-19 in Melbourne, Australia. Premier Daniel Andrews Labor Government was given a six month extension to their State of Emergency Powers. Under these powers, the government need not justify their response to the pandemic or have to face any scrutiny. It risks the continuation of major events in Victoria and will plunge the state into the deepest recession not seen in 100 years. The government continues to push the meaningless daily case numbers as daily deaths continue to plunge as Aged Care is brought under control. (Photo by Dave Hewison/Speed Media) Credit: Dave Hewison/Speed Media/Alamy Live News

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