Life in lockdown: A day in images


Life in lockdown: A day in images

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A glance via the lenses of Age photographers as they captured the day Victorians discovered of one other spherical of Stage three lockdowns.

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The lockdown scene on the towers in North Melbourne. MFB firfighters in hazmat fits have been enlisted to distribute meals into the towers. Credit score:Jason South

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The lockdown scene on the towers in North Melbourne. MFB firfighters in hazmat fits have been enlisted to distribute meals into the towers.Credit score:Jason South

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The lockdown scene on the towers in North Melbourne. MFB firfighters in hazmat fits have been enlisted to distribute meals into the towers. Credit score:Jason South

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The lockdown scene on the towers in North Melbourne. MFB firfighters in hazmat fits have been enlisted to distribute meals into the towers. Credit score:Jason South

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Hundreds of meals parcels being organised to enter the towers. Credit score:Jason South

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A message of help from neighbours throughout from the towers. Credit score:Jason South

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A balloon is tied to the fence on the towers hoping to convey pleasure to these caught inside. Credit score:Jason South

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COVID-19. CIRT police and mounted horse part gaurd the doorway to the Flemington towers the place three individuals have been arrested.Credit score:Jason South

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Donations are left at a mosque in North Melbourne to be delivered to the towers. Credit score:Joe Armao

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A mosque in North Melbourne the place plenty of donations are getting left to be delivered to the towers. Arron Wooden, Deputy Lord Mayor, helps co ordinate.

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9 public housing towers are in full lockdown as a result of a COVID-19 outbreak. Police and medical staff are surrounding the tower on Flemington Highway, Flemington.
Credit score:Paul Jeffers

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Premier Daniel Andrews has introduced a return to stage three lockdown restrictions for Melbourne as a result of current spike in COVID-19 circumstances.
Credit score:Paul Jeffers

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Premier Daniel Andrews has introduced a return to stage three lockdown restrictions for Melbourne as a result of current spike in COVID-19 circumstances.Credit score:Paul Jeffers

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Premier Daniel Andrews at his press convention.
Credit score:Paul Jeffers

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COVID-19 testing station on the Mentone Bunnings. Credit score:Eddie Jim

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COVID-19 testing station on the Mentone Bunnings. Credit score:Eddie Jim

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COVID-19 testing station on the Mentone Bunnings.Credit score:Eddie Jim

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COVID-19 testing station on the Mentone Bunnings.Credit score:Eddie Jim

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Covid testers work within the foyers of the North Melbourne towers. Credit score:Jason South

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Melissa Whelan at house within the towers. Credit score:Jason South

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A resident from the North Melbourne towers speaks to police. Picture by Jason South. seventh June 2020Credit score:Jason South

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Premier Daniel Andrews publicizes the closure of Victorian borders as a result of elevated an infection charges of Coronavirus.Credit score:Jason South

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Uni pupil Kate O’Harra who needed to reduce quick her go to to household in Melbourne to beat the border closure to make it again to Canberra for her research.Credit score:Justin McManus

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Zoe Porch who’s a Physiotherapist who works either side of the border of Victoria and NSW.Credit score:Justin McManus

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Mary Richards (2nd from left) along with her prolonged household on the Albury Paddlesteamer Motel. Mary was to have a household reunion in Bendigo along with her household for every week (a few of whom had traveled from abroad to be there) however needed to accept a one evening catch up of their motel room as a result of border closure.Credit score:Justin McManus

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