Victroria’s COVID FREEDOM DAY| Lockdown restrictions ease in Melbourne | 7NEWS Australia

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7NEWS Australia published this video item, entitled “Victroria’s COVID FREEDOM DAY| Lockdown restrictions ease in Melbourne | 7NEWS Australia” – below is their description.

The world’s longest COVID lockdown has all but ended. As the clock ticked past 11.59pm, a chorus of cheering, clapping, screaming, whistling and car horns echoed through the streets. This was how Melbourne CBD residents chose to celebrate the end of a 262 day lockdown that lifted at 12am.

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