Did Australia have enough? The longest COVID lockdown provokes protests

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The anti-restrictions protest in Melbourne has truly exceeded all other rallies that took place in Australia since the beginning of the pandemic. People think that the local govt has gone too far in introducing safety measures and restrictions, and obviously they are not keeping it to themselves any longer.

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