Australia: ALL 6.4 million Victorians could soon be back in lockdown if state’s coronavirus cases continue to rise – as NSW threatens to JAIL people from hot spot suburbs who cross the border

The entire state of Victoria could be forced back into lockdown if the number of new COVID-19 cases continues to rise. Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews said on Wednesday morning the whole state could be shutdown if the localised lockdowns, which began at midnight, did not stop the spread of the virus. ‘If we don’t get control of this really quickly we will end up with… a whole state shutdown,’ Mr Andrews said. Victoria has a population of 6.4 million, making it the second most populous state in Australia behind New South Wales. Mr Andrews is putting 36 Melbourne suburbs into lockdown from midnight tonight to combat the rising number of virus cases in the state….Read More