Melbourne, Australia, 24 August, 2020. Melbourne's homeless have been forgotten during COVID-19 in Melbourne, Australia.  Premier Daniel Andrews announced yesterday his plans to extend Victoria's State of Emergency for another 12 months giving his government and his Chief Health Officer, Brett Sutton, unprecedented powers as well as the ability to curtail democratic checks and balances. It comes as case numbers continue to fall. Responsibility for the current wave the State is experiencing rests solely on the Andrews Governments shoulders and some are saying that if they cannot manage hotel qu
RM2DG6TW1Melbourne, Australia, 24 August, 2020. Melbourne's homeless have been forgotten during COVID-19 in Melbourne, Australia. Premier Daniel Andrews announced yesterday his plans to extend Victoria's State of Emergency for another 12 months giving his government and his Chief Health Officer, Brett Sutton, unprecedented powers as well as the ability to curtail democratic checks and balances. It comes as case numbers continue to fall. Responsibility for the current wave the State is experiencing rests solely on the Andrews Governments shoulders and some are saying that if they cannot manage hotel qu
Melbourne, Australia, 4 August, 2020. A view of Swanston Street highlighting how quite it has become during COVID-19 in Melbourne, Australia. In just 24 hours, Melbourne will fall into the imposition of the full effect of Daniel Andrews Stage 4 COVID-19 restrictions. Retailers, services, construction and many more will trade for the last time tomorrow before being forced to close for at least the next 6 weeks with many unlikely to ever reopen again. This comes as 439 new cases were uncovered overnight along with 13 deaths all of which were patients at aged care facilities. Credit: Dave Hewison
RM2GECP7TMelbourne, Australia, 4 August, 2020. A view of Swanston Street highlighting how quite it has become during COVID-19 in Melbourne, Australia. In just 24 hours, Melbourne will fall into the imposition of the full effect of Daniel Andrews Stage 4 COVID-19 restrictions. Retailers, services, construction and many more will trade for the last time tomorrow before being forced to close for at least the next 6 weeks with many unlikely to ever reopen again. This comes as 439 new cases were uncovered overnight along with 13 deaths all of which were patients at aged care facilities. Credit: Dave Hewison
Sydney, Australia. 11th Aug, 2020. Adelaide United forward Pacifique Niyongabire (24) looks to shoot during the Hyundai A League match between Melbourne City and Adelaide United at the ANZ Stadium, Sydney, Australia on 11 August 2020. Photo by Peter Dovgan. Editorial use only, license required for commercial use. No use in betting, games or a single club/league/player publications. Credit: UK Sports Pics Ltd/Alamy Live News
RM2CB7NWRSydney, Australia. 11th Aug, 2020. Adelaide United forward Pacifique Niyongabire (24) looks to shoot during the Hyundai A League match between Melbourne City and Adelaide United at the ANZ Stadium, Sydney, Australia on 11 August 2020. Photo by Peter Dovgan. Editorial use only, license required for commercial use. No use in betting, games or a single club/league/player publications. Credit: UK Sports Pics Ltd/Alamy Live News
Melbourne, Australia, 24 August, 2020. Melbourne's homeless have been forgotten during COVID-19 in Melbourne, Australia.  Premier Daniel Andrews announced yesterday his plans to extend Victoria's State of Emergency for another 12 months giving his government and his Chief Health Officer, Brett Sutton, unprecedented powers as well as the ability to curtail democratic checks and balances. It comes as case numbers continue to fall. Responsibility for the current wave the State is experiencing rests solely on the Andrews Governments shoulders and some are saying that if they cannot manage hotel qu
RM2DG6TW0Melbourne, Australia, 24 August, 2020. Melbourne's homeless have been forgotten during COVID-19 in Melbourne, Australia. Premier Daniel Andrews announced yesterday his plans to extend Victoria's State of Emergency for another 12 months giving his government and his Chief Health Officer, Brett Sutton, unprecedented powers as well as the ability to curtail democratic checks and balances. It comes as case numbers continue to fall. Responsibility for the current wave the State is experiencing rests solely on the Andrews Governments shoulders and some are saying that if they cannot manage hotel qu
Melbourne, Australia, 4 August, 2020. A view of Flinders Street Station as seen from the adjacent corner of Flinders and Swanston Streets during COVID-19 in Melbourne, Australia. In just 24 hours, Melbourne will fall into the imposition of the full effect of Daniel Andrews Stage 4 COVID-19 restrictions. Retailers, services, construction and many more will trade for the last time tomorrow before being forced to close for at least the next 6 weeks with many unlikely to ever reopen again. This comes as 439 new cases were uncovered overnight along with 13 deaths all of which were patients at aged
RM2GECP7YMelbourne, Australia, 4 August, 2020. A view of Flinders Street Station as seen from the adjacent corner of Flinders and Swanston Streets during COVID-19 in Melbourne, Australia. In just 24 hours, Melbourne will fall into the imposition of the full effect of Daniel Andrews Stage 4 COVID-19 restrictions. Retailers, services, construction and many more will trade for the last time tomorrow before being forced to close for at least the next 6 weeks with many unlikely to ever reopen again. This comes as 439 new cases were uncovered overnight along with 13 deaths all of which were patients at aged
Sydney, Australia. 11th Aug, 2020. Adelaide United forward Pacifique Niyongabire (24) looks to shoot during the Hyundai A League match between Melbourne City and Adelaide United at the ANZ Stadium, Sydney, Australia on 11 August 2020. Photo by Peter Dovgan. Editorial use only, license required for commercial use. No use in betting, games or a single club/league/player publications. Credit: UK Sports Pics Ltd/Alamy Live News
RM2CB7NTHSydney, Australia. 11th Aug, 2020. Adelaide United forward Pacifique Niyongabire (24) looks to shoot during the Hyundai A League match between Melbourne City and Adelaide United at the ANZ Stadium, Sydney, Australia on 11 August 2020. Photo by Peter Dovgan. Editorial use only, license required for commercial use. No use in betting, games or a single club/league/player publications. Credit: UK Sports Pics Ltd/Alamy Live News
Melbourne, Australia, 24 August, 2020. An old man with a large matted beard walks through Bourke Street during COVID-19 in Melbourne, Australia.  Premier Daniel Andrews announced yesterday his plans to extend Victoria's State of Emergency for another 12 months giving his government and his Chief Health Officer, Brett Sutton, unprecedented powers as well as the ability to curtail democratic checks and balances. It comes as case numbers continue to fall. Responsibility for the current wave the State is experiencing rests solely on the Andrews Governments shoulders and some are saying that if the
RM2DG6TXTMelbourne, Australia, 24 August, 2020. An old man with a large matted beard walks through Bourke Street during COVID-19 in Melbourne, Australia. Premier Daniel Andrews announced yesterday his plans to extend Victoria's State of Emergency for another 12 months giving his government and his Chief Health Officer, Brett Sutton, unprecedented powers as well as the ability to curtail democratic checks and balances. It comes as case numbers continue to fall. Responsibility for the current wave the State is experiencing rests solely on the Andrews Governments shoulders and some are saying that if the
Melbourne, Australia, 4 August, 2020. A view of one of the turnstiles at Flinders Street Station during COVID-19 in Melbourne, Australia. In just 24 hours, Melbourne will fall into the imposition of the full effect of Daniel Andrews Stage 4 COVID-19 restrictions. Retailers, services, construction and many more will trade for the last time tomorrow before being forced to close for at least the next 6 weeks with many unlikely to ever reopen again. This comes as 439 new cases were uncovered overnight along with 13 deaths all of which were patients at aged care facilities. Credit: Dave Hewison/Spe
RM2GECP68Melbourne, Australia, 4 August, 2020. A view of one of the turnstiles at Flinders Street Station during COVID-19 in Melbourne, Australia. In just 24 hours, Melbourne will fall into the imposition of the full effect of Daniel Andrews Stage 4 COVID-19 restrictions. Retailers, services, construction and many more will trade for the last time tomorrow before being forced to close for at least the next 6 weeks with many unlikely to ever reopen again. This comes as 439 new cases were uncovered overnight along with 13 deaths all of which were patients at aged care facilities. Credit: Dave Hewison/Spe
Melbourne, Australia, 24 August, 2020. One of Melbourne's homeless is seen walking by number 1 Collins Street during COVID-19 in Melbourne, Australia.  Premier Daniel Andrews announced yesterday his plans to extend Victoria's State of Emergency for another 12 months giving his government and his Chief Health Officer, Brett Sutton, unprecedented powers as well as the ability to curtail democratic checks and balances. It comes as case numbers continue to fall. Responsibility for the current wave the State is experiencing rests solely on the Andrews Governments shoulders and some are saying that
RM2DG6W62Melbourne, Australia, 24 August, 2020. One of Melbourne's homeless is seen walking by number 1 Collins Street during COVID-19 in Melbourne, Australia. Premier Daniel Andrews announced yesterday his plans to extend Victoria's State of Emergency for another 12 months giving his government and his Chief Health Officer, Brett Sutton, unprecedented powers as well as the ability to curtail democratic checks and balances. It comes as case numbers continue to fall. Responsibility for the current wave the State is experiencing rests solely on the Andrews Governments shoulders and some are saying that
Melbourne, Australia, 4 August, 2020. A view of Swanston Street highlighting how quite it has become during COVID-19 in Melbourne, Australia. In just 24 hours, Melbourne will fall into the imposition of the full effect of Daniel Andrews Stage 4 COVID-19 restrictions. Retailers, services, construction and many more will trade for the last time tomorrow before being forced to close for at least the next 6 weeks with many unlikely to ever reopen again. This comes as 439 new cases were uncovered overnight along with 13 deaths all of which were patients at aged care facilities. Credit: Dave Hewison
RM2GECP9WMelbourne, Australia, 4 August, 2020. A view of Swanston Street highlighting how quite it has become during COVID-19 in Melbourne, Australia. In just 24 hours, Melbourne will fall into the imposition of the full effect of Daniel Andrews Stage 4 COVID-19 restrictions. Retailers, services, construction and many more will trade for the last time tomorrow before being forced to close for at least the next 6 weeks with many unlikely to ever reopen again. This comes as 439 new cases were uncovered overnight along with 13 deaths all of which were patients at aged care facilities. Credit: Dave Hewison
Melbourne, Australia, 24 August, 2020. Police continue to patrol the CBD in unprecedented numbers during COVID-19 in Melbourne, Australia.  Premier Daniel Andrews announced yesterday his plans to extend Victoria's State of Emergency for another 12 months giving his government and his Chief Health Officer, Brett Sutton, unprecedented powers as well as the ability to curtail democratic checks and balances. It comes as case numbers continue to fall. Responsibility for the current wave the State is experiencing rests solely on the Andrews Governments shoulders and some are saying that if they cann
RM2DG6W8PMelbourne, Australia, 24 August, 2020. Police continue to patrol the CBD in unprecedented numbers during COVID-19 in Melbourne, Australia. Premier Daniel Andrews announced yesterday his plans to extend Victoria's State of Emergency for another 12 months giving his government and his Chief Health Officer, Brett Sutton, unprecedented powers as well as the ability to curtail democratic checks and balances. It comes as case numbers continue to fall. Responsibility for the current wave the State is experiencing rests solely on the Andrews Governments shoulders and some are saying that if they cann
Melbourne, Australia, 4 August, 2020. The main foyer of Flinders Street Station, usually bustling with commuters is seen empty during COVID-19 in Melbourne, Australia. In just 24 hours, Melbourne will fall into the imposition of the full effect of Daniel Andrews Stage 4 COVID-19 restrictions. Retailers, services, construction and many more will trade for the last time tomorrow before being forced to close for at least the next 6 weeks with many unlikely to ever reopen again. This comes as 439 new cases were uncovered overnight along with 13 deaths all of which were patients at aged care facili
RM2GECP81Melbourne, Australia, 4 August, 2020. The main foyer of Flinders Street Station, usually bustling with commuters is seen empty during COVID-19 in Melbourne, Australia. In just 24 hours, Melbourne will fall into the imposition of the full effect of Daniel Andrews Stage 4 COVID-19 restrictions. Retailers, services, construction and many more will trade for the last time tomorrow before being forced to close for at least the next 6 weeks with many unlikely to ever reopen again. This comes as 439 new cases were uncovered overnight along with 13 deaths all of which were patients at aged care facili
Melbourne, Australia, 24 August, 2020. Three men wearing facemasks are seen ignoring physical distancing during COVID-19 in Melbourne, Australia.  Premier Daniel Andrews announced yesterday his plans to extend Victoria's State of Emergency for another 12 months giving his government and his Chief Health Officer, Brett Sutton, unprecedented powers as well as the ability to curtail democratic checks and balances. It comes as case numbers continue to fall. Responsibility for the current wave the State is experiencing rests solely on the Andrews Governments shoulders and some are saying that if th
RM2DG6W6EMelbourne, Australia, 24 August, 2020. Three men wearing facemasks are seen ignoring physical distancing during COVID-19 in Melbourne, Australia. Premier Daniel Andrews announced yesterday his plans to extend Victoria's State of Emergency for another 12 months giving his government and his Chief Health Officer, Brett Sutton, unprecedented powers as well as the ability to curtail democratic checks and balances. It comes as case numbers continue to fall. Responsibility for the current wave the State is experiencing rests solely on the Andrews Governments shoulders and some are saying that if th