Melbourne eases months-long Covid-19 lockdown restrictions • FRANCE 24 English

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One of the world’s most locked-down cities will reopen late Thursday, with #Melbourne residents hoping this sixth bout of stay-at-home restrictions will be their last. Five million people in #Australia’s second-biggest city have endured #lockdowns totalling more than 260 days since the beginning of the #pandemic. FRANCE 24’s Richelle Harrison Plesse tells us more.

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