Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews says the state needs more time to stamp out its COVID-19 outbreak, with its lockdown to be extended by seven days. South Australian Premier Steven Marshall has announced a seven-day lockdown to start from 6 pm on Tuesday.
- Victoria’s lockdown will be extended for another week as the state continues its fight to suppress community transmission of COVID-19.
- Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews confirmed the five-day lockdown would be extended until midnight on 27 July at a press conference on Tuesday.
- South Australia will move into a full seven-day lockdown on Tuesday evening after a cluster of COVID-19 cases grew to five.
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