MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JUNE 29: A member of the ADF (Australian Defence Force) administers a COVID-19 test at Melbourne Showgrounds on June 29, 2020 in Melbourne, Australia. Victoria has recorded 75 new coronavirus cases overnight, the state's fourth-highest single day rise since the start of the pandemic, while increased testing in Melbourne suburbs that have been identified as community transmission hotspots for coronavirus continues. Restrictions in Victoria have been tightened in response to the spike in new cases across the state with premier Daniel Andrews extending the current state of emergency for at least four weeks to allow police the power to enforce social distancing rules. (Photo by Darrian Traynor/Getty Images)

Lo stato di Victoria ha reintrodotto le restrizioni dopo un aumento improvviso di casi di Covid. Le misure resteranno in vigore fino al 29 luglio, ha annunciato il premier Daniel Andrews. Nelle 10 zone colpite si potrà uscire solo per "fare la spesa, occuparsi di persone che hanno bisogno, far sport, lavorare o studiare se non lo si può fare da casa". Saranno limitati gli accessi a palestre, piscine e biblioteche, mentre caffè e ristoranti torneranno al solo servizio di take-away e delivery. LA FOTOGALLERY