The Virus: latest developments on COVID-19 for April 17 | ABC News

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Despite some sizeable new outbreaks this week, the slowdown in the number of daily infections overall is sparking some hope. We’ve had fewer than 50 cases each day in the last five days. With fewer infections, the Government has outlined a roadmap to easing restrictions, and it could happen as soon as next month.

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