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Daniel Andrews

"A short, sharp, circuit breaker," Daniel Andrews said.
Victoria reintroduces COVID-19 restrictions while a question mark hangs over the tournament.
This is why the hashtag #donutdick is trending in Australia.
Zero new cases and zero deaths.
There have been just five new cases recorded in the past 24 hours - across the whole of Australia.
"It’s encouraging that the numbers are declining... and we look forward again to an open Australia over the summer months."
Victoria reported 45 new coronavirus cases on Friday and five deaths.
Meanwhile the state faces three lawsuits as people turn on Premier Dan Andrews.
Meanwhile police arrested 74 people and fined 176 for breaching public health orders as scattered protests continued in Melbourne.
The state leader of Victoria was asked to explain why intimate partners don’t have to wear masks during stage four lockdown visits.
Total pandemic deaths in the state crossed 700 on Thursday.
Victoria on Wednesday reported 76 new cases and 11 deaths from COVID-19 in the last 24 hours. A day earlier the state reported
Meanwhile Prime Minister Scott Morrison has called the Victoria lockdown extension "hard and crushing news".
“We cannot open up at this time. If we were to we would lose control very quickly,” Premier Dan Andrews said.
Victoria is expected to reduce new daily infections to near single-digits by mid-September.
Victoria’s coronavirus death toll jumped by 41 on Monday as the state recorded 73 new cases.
“Hopefully soon we’ll see those numbers in double digits and we can have ... a really clear discussion about what the back end of September looks like,” Daniel Andrews said.
Premier Daniel Andrews is trying to push legislation to extend Victoria's state of emergency declaration by another year.