Melbourne’s freedoms fast-tracked with lockdown lifting Thursday night | 7NEWS

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Melbourne freedoms are being fast-tracked, with lockdown officially called to an end at midnight on Thursday. Home visits and outdoor dining are set to return as the state hits a new vaccine target.

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