Frydenberg blasts Victoria’s ‘ludicrous, unaccepta

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Federal Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has described Victoria’s current COVID-19 lockdown rules allowing for entry from NSW but enforcing confinement in Melbourne as “ludicrous and unacceptable”A photo of a national volleyball team member who was told to stop practising on a Toronto beach drew strong reactions on social media this weekend.

The situation means somebody in Sydney can travel nearly one thousand kilometres to visit a pub in Lorne but residents of the Victorian capital can’t even see family members in suburbs further than 15kms from their homesThe over-55 age bracket will be eligible fo.

As Mr Frydenberg noted, those restrictions remain despite vaccination rates rapidly rising across the southern state, with close to 88 per cent of people having received a first dose and 64 per cent a second.

The state’s latest COVID numbers, released on Saturday morning(including big box stores) can operate at 25 per cent capacity and can sell all their goods., show a slight decline in daily cases, which dropped to 1993 local infections and seven deathsto be needing to go to hospital or an ambulance to be called. So it.

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