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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

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 Stock Photo
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2655 x 1770 px | 22.5 x 15 cm | 8.9 x 5.9 inches | 300dpi

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25 August 2020

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Melbourne, Australia

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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 they cannot manage hotel quarantine effectively, handing them full and total power without accountability would be a fatal mistake. Victoria records another 148 cases overnight and a further 8 deaths.Credit: Dave Hewison/Alamy Live News

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