SafetyNet 547

Welcome to the August 26 edition of SafetyNet - from Melbourne: week four of a six-week Stage 4 lock-down.

The number of new COVID-19 cases in Victoria announced today was 149, which is the third day in a row that the numbers have been under 150. Very sadly though, there were 24 further deaths - the highest number we've had.   

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