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Melbourne lockdown: Panic grips Australia over second wave as 300,000 shelter after spike

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Health chiefs said the restrictions would be enforced for one month as they try to contain the fresh outbreak. Australia has fared better than many countries in the pandemic, with around 7,920 cases, 104 deaths and fewer than 400 active cases. But the recent jump has stoked fears of a second wave of COVID-19, echoing concerns expressed in other countries.

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