You can only go out for “do the shopping
, take care of people who need, do sport
, work or to study
if you can’t do it from home “and access to will be limited gyms
, swimming pools and libraries
, while cafes and restaurants will return to the service only takeaway
. These are the rules of the new lockdown
that the Australian state authorities of Victoria
they reintroduced in 10 neighborhoods on the outskirts of Melbourne
, its capital, and which will remain in effect until 29 July. At the origin of the decision a sudden increase in cases of coronavirus
, growing for the 14th consecutive day, with 64 infections reported in the last hours in the state of Victoria
. New outbreaks emerged mainly because of large ones gatherings family
and in a hotel used for quarantines.
Already five days ago, to deal with the onset of new infections and after the first victim after a month, in the State about a thousand military personnel have been deployed to monitor people repatriated from abroad and quarantined in hotels, and to provide support doctor and logistics to the test facilities of the virus. According to data from the Johns Hopkins University, L’Australia – which has 25 million inhabitants – currently has 7,558 infections and 104 deaths.
The fears that one might be unleashed second wave they also reverberate on consumption, with bulk purchases of toilet paper stocks. A product that millions of people have looted from shelves of supermarkets months ago, when the pandemic. The two main chains in the country, Coles is Woolworths, were forced to impose limits on the purchases of rolls – respectively one or two packages. In the state of Victoria in stores Woolworths there are also limits for the purchase of long-life rice, pasta and milk while Coles also includes restrictions on the purchase of flour, sugar, tissues and ground. “We ask customers – said a spokesman – to continue shopping in way normal so that everyone can find what they need. ”
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