Doch der Bundesstaat Victoria bleibt weiter von Rest-Australien isoliert. Lockdown über die australische Metropole Melbourne aufgehoben. Schätzungen der australischen Regierung zufolge gingen durch den Lockdown täglich Jobs verloren. Gäste eines Restaurants sitzen mit. Dass der Lockdown die erste Rezession in Australien sei fast 30 Jahren verschärft hat, hat kaum Modellcharakter. Ein Teil-Lockdown wie ihn.
1200 Jobs pro Tag verloren: Lehren aus Australiens hartem LockdownFür alle Menschen, die sich außerhalb Australiens befinden, gilt seit ein generelles Einreiseverbot nach Australien, von dem lediglich australische. Dass der Lockdown die erste Rezession in Australien sei fast 30 Jahren verschärft hat, hat kaum Modellcharakter. Ein Teil-Lockdown wie ihn. Der Bundesstaat Victoria im Südosten Australiens hat nach mehreren Monaten seinen Corona-Lockdown aufgehoben. Seit Mittwoch dürfen.
Lockdown Australien Venues and services that must close, include: VideoCoronavirus: Victoria takes first steps out of lockdown - 9 News Australia
Western Australia Premier Mark McGowan said the long desert border would remain shut to save lives and protect big mining operations.
Speaking after a national cabinet meeting on Friday, Mr Morrison said Australia could apply the hotspot approach to New Zealand as well.
Meanwhile a former prime minister of the Cook Islands, Joseph Williams, has been confirmed to have died of coronavirus in New Zealand.
It is the second death there in two days and brings the country's total to Covid: Australian anti-lockdown suspect's arrest draws controversy.
Coronavirus: New virus hotspots emerge in Australia. Other protests took place in Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth. Radiology reports always the same: bilateral interstitial pneumonia, bilateral interstitial pneumonia, bilateral interstitial pneumonia.
All to be hospitalised. It contains a very cool graph that shows the trajectory of their outbreak. It's impressive.
They've been aggressive, and it's paying off. All pretence of following shifts and occupational-health-and-safety practices have been abandoned.
Staff are tired. They are making mistakes. Try to have pity on the myriad of old people you could exterminate. Jamie Seidel is a freelance writer JamieSeidel.
To join the conversation, please Log in. Don't have an account? Sign up. The closures come into effect midday on Monday 23rd of March, except for restaurants and cafes who can stay open purely for the purposes of takeaway and delivery.
The measures so far have no end date, but could be changed or revoked at any stage - with the Prime Minister consistently repeating the mantra that any changes the government makes are designed with the long-term in mind and will be sustainable "for at least six months".
Indoor gatherings of people have been banned. Chief medical officer, Professor Brendan Murphy, addressed viewers after the PM - emphasising the reasons behind these new tough measures by saying:.
Our Partners Airtasker. Home Beautiful. Marie Claire. New Idea. Beauty Crew. The upgrade has been postponed to 1 October Victoria confirmed nine new cases, one of which was the first case of human-to-human transmission in the state.
On 10 March, Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews warned Victorians to expect "extreme measures" in the wake of the federal government updating the travel advice for Italy.
The University of Queensland stopped all teaching for the week after three students tested positive for the virus. On 18 March,  a human biosecurity emergency was declared  by the Governor-General, David Hurley , under Section of the Biosecurity Act The cruise ship Ovation of the Seas docked in Sydney on 18 March and discharged about 3, passengers.
The cruise ship Ruby Princess discharged 2, passengers in Sydney on 19 March. New South Wales health authorities asked all passengers to go into self-isolation.
On 24 March, one passenger from Ruby Princess had died and on the ship had tested positive. The cruise ship Artania docked at Fremantle on 27 March.
Most of the passengers flew home from Perth to Germany on 28—29 March. On the evening of 31 March, six baggage handlers from Adelaide Airport had tested positive.
As a result, up to other staff from the airport were required to self-isolate, causing cancellations of flights to and from Adelaide.
On 1 April, the Western Australian State Government introduced intrastate travel restriction, limiting movements between the regions of Western Australia.
On 2 April, the number of cases in Victoria exceeded 1,, including over healthcare workers. On 6 April, the Department of Health revealed that 2, people recovered from the infection as the federal government started reporting recovery statistics.
This is more than a third from the official number reported so far, Deputy Chief Medical Officer Professor Paul Kelly stating, "I think it is important.
Firstly it really reinforces that message, which is a true one, that most people who get this disease do recover".
The day before, at 3 p. Ten residents and five other staff tested positive for coronavirus. On 13 April, the Tasmanian government closed the North West Regional Hospital and North West Private Hospital for cleaning, and put the entire staff of over 1, people and their families into quarantine.
On 15 April, a Western Australian man became the first person in Australia to be jailed for breaking a self-isolation directive. An outbreak in Victoria at a meatworks, later revealed to be Cedar Meats, was announced on 2 May with eight cases.
As of 15 May in New South Wales, some restrictions on public gatherings were eased. After being restricted to take-away only since March, free standing cafes and restaurants, and those inside pubs and clubs, were allowed some sit-down dining.
Bars and gaming areas remained closed. Ten people were permitted in restaurants and cafes, social distancing rules still had to be followed.
Outdoor gatherings of up to 10 people were allowed. Up to 10 guests were permitted at weddings, funerals could have up to 20 mourners indoors, 30 outdoors.
Up to 10 people were allowed at indoor religious gatherings. This was the first new case in 19 days for the state. On 17 May, Victoria announced two further business sites had been shut down due to a suspected case at each.
This brought COVID related deaths at the nursing home to nineteen and the national death toll to On 21 May, the Northern Territory had also announced that there were no more active cases left in the jurisdiction.
On 25 May, a night duty manager at one of Melbourne's quarantine hotels reported a fever and tested positive on 26 May. Five security guards on contract from Unified Security also tested positive, as did members of their families.
On 6 June, both New South Wales and Victoria reported no new cases for the previous 24 hours, with only Queensland and Western Australia reporting one new case each, the lowest national total since February.
Western Australia also announced two old cases. However, the new case in Queensland was linked to the Rydges on Swanston cluster in Melbourne when a man who travelled from Melbourne to Brisbane on Virgin flight VA on 1 June tested positive.
On 7 June, a man travelling from overseas to the Australian Capital Territory was diagnosed with coronavirus. On 12 June, there were no longer any active cases in Tasmania.
On 20 June, the Victorian Government announced the re-tightening of restrictions on household gatherings following a spike in community transmitted cases over the previous week, reported to be mainly caused by family-to-family transmission in large household gatherings.
From 22 June, households can once again only have five visitors; and most easing of restrictions that were to take place were postponed.
On 30 June, the Victorian Government re-enforced local lockdowns across 10 different Melbourne postcodes.
Residents in these postcodes had to comply with the four acceptable reasons to leave their houses: shopping for essentials; for medical or compassionate needs; exercise in compliance with the public gathering restriction of two people; and for work or education purposes.
This followed some cases of coronavirus in Victoria being linked by DNA sequencing to a breach in hotel quarantine infection control.
The Inquiry will "… examine the operation of Victoria's hotel quarantine program for returning travellers. A maximum of 50 passengers per flight, and international arrivals per day was set.
On 6 July, the Victorian and NSW governments announced that their interstate border would be closed from the start of 8 July.
On 7 July, after recording new cases, Andrews announced that metropolitan Melbourne and Mitchell Shire would re-enter lockdown for a minimum of six weeks from 12 a.
On 11 July, the NSW Government announced that compulsory hotel quarantine, previously free to international arrivals, would now be charged for from 18 July.
On 14 July, because of an increase in new cases, the NSW Government announced tightened preventive measures, and introduced new requirements for pubs.
Effective as of 17 July, the new rules include per-table seating reduced from 20 to 10 and a maximum number of persons in any venue.
On 18 July, it was announced that a sitting of Federal Parliament, scheduled for the first 2 weeks of August, had been cancelled.
Medical advice said there was a "significant risk" if members were to return to Canberra from all over Australia. Parliament is now scheduled to return on 24 August.
On 19 July in Victoria, Andrews announced that "face coverings" were to be made mandatory in metropolitan Melbourne and Mitchell Shire when residents leave their home.
Also on 20 July, it was announced that the Coronavirus Supplement and JobKeeper subsidy would be extended, but in altered form at a lower rate, beyond 24 September.
In late July, billionaire businessman Clive Palmer claimed that the closing of the borders by the Western Australian government was unconstitutional and he launched a legal challenge in the Federal Court.
On 2 August, a state of disaster was declared in Victoria from 6 p. Major supermarkets reintroduced limits on meat purchases.
Mark McGowan praised the Commonwealth for its withdrawal and indicated the Western Australian government would continue to fight the case.
He urged Palmer to withdraw. On 6 September, the Victorian Government released their five-step roadmap to reopening, which detailed the conditions which needed to be met to facilitate the gradual easing of Victoria's restrictions.
On 13 September, Melbourne moved from Stage Four into to the First Step of the roadmap for reopening, which allowed for slightly reduced restrictions; such changes included the implementation of social bubbles which allowed those living alone or single parents to have one other person in their home, the reopening of playgrounds and outdoor fitness equipment, libraries allowed to open for contactless click and collect, as well as a reduction of the curfew by an hour.
On the same day, regional Victoria moved from Stage Three restrictions to the Second Step of the roadmap, which enabled up to five people able to gather together in outdoor public places from a maximum of two households, the reopening of outdoor pools and playgrounds, as well as enabling for religious services to be conducted outside with a maximum of five people, plus a faith leader.
On 27 September, with the cases in Melbourne continuing to fall, restrictions in Melbourne were loosened: the night-time curfew ended the next day, outdoor exercise with a personal trainer was allowed, public gathering limits were increased up to 5 people from a maximum of 2 households could meet outdoors for social interaction and childcare reopened the next day, with kindergarten programs returning from 5 October.
A trans-Tasman travel bubble went into effect, where travellers from New Zealand would be able to go to New South Wales, the Australian Capital Territory and the Northern Territory without having to undergo quarantine upon arrival.
However, the arrangement will not be reciprocal - Australian travellers will still have to quarantine for 14 days upon arrival in New Zealand.
On 12 October, Australian scientists at the CSIRO were credited with discovering that the coronavirus could survive for up to 28 days on glass, stainless steel and paper banknotes.
On 19 October, restrictions were eased in Victoria; the two-hour time limit for exercise and socialising was lifted, groups of up to 10 people from two households would be allowed to gather outdoors, outdoor sports settings like tennis courts, golf courses and skateparks could reopen, outdoor swimming pools can host up to 30 swimmers, hairdressers will be able to open with strict safety protocols in place, outdoor real estate auctions will be allowed to go ahead with up to 10 people plus staff, non-essential outdoor home maintenance can take place with up to five workers and many allied health services can resume to face-to-face services.
Further easing of restrictions have been scheduled for 2 November. On 24 October, Victoria recorded 98 active cases statewide; this was the first time since June 19 in which Victoria had under cases.
On 26 October, Victoria recorded 0 new cases and 0 deaths statewide for the first time since 9 June. From On 31 October , Western Australian Premier Mark McGowan announced that from 14 November, Western Australia's hard border policy would be eased, enabling residents from states and territories deemed very low risk i.
On 1 November , Australia recorded zero cases of community transmission nationwide for the first time since 9 June On 16 November South Australia reintroduced "a number of significant restrictions" after an outbreak of coronavirus in northern suburbs of Adelaide.
On 21 November, South Australia ended its lockdown after it was uncovered that the patient thought to have spread the virus hadn't come into contact with many people and had lied to health officials.
South Australian Premier Steven Marshall said that the government would be "looking very carefully at what consequences there are going to be", although South Australian Police Commissioner Grant Stevens said that the man would likely not face charges as there was "no penalty associated with telling lies.
On 24 November, Victoria recorded no active cases in the state for the first time since 29 February. The following chart represent changes in net number of cases on a daily basis and is based on the number of cases reported in the Federal Government's daily reports.
On 1 February , Australia banned the entry of foreign nationals who had been in mainland China, and ordered its own returning citizens who had been in China to self-quarantine for 14 days.
On 20 March, Australia closed its borders to all non-residents and non-Australian citizens. From then, Australians returning from overseas were subject to two weeks compulsory quarantine in hotels.
The New South Wales quarantine program was helped by Australian Defence Force personnel, including 30 who were stationed at hotels.
In Victoria, three private security operators were contracted to provide the security,  while the other states and territories used their police resources.
The states and territories carried the costs of hotel quarantine. Of those, 63, had undergone hotel quarantine, while the rest, including flight crews, international businesspeople and defence members, fell under different rules.
Interstate border closures began on 19 March, with Tasmania imposing a mandatory day quarantine on all "non-essential" travellers to the state, including returning residents.
With the spike in coronavirus infections in Victoria linked to the hotel quarantine program, a judicial inquiry into the program in Victoria was called on 2 July; and all international arrivals into Melbourne were suspended.
States started to charge travellers for hotel quarantine. An overnight curfew was introduced in Victoria on 2 August, extended on 13 September and suspended on 27 September.
A Supreme Court judge has ruled the curfew was legal. This is the first time such a cabinet has been proclaimed since World War II ,  and the only time in Australian history that a crisis cabinet has included state and territory leaders.
Schools, universities, workplaces, public transport and airports were not included in this recommendation. On 29 March, the Cabinet agreed to stricter limits to apply from midnight on the 30th: a limit on both indoor and outdoor gatherings of two people except weddings 5 funerals 10 and people of the same household or family; strong guidance to all Australians is to stay home unless for necessary shopping, health care, exercise, and work and study that can't be done remotely; public playgrounds, skate parks and outside gyms to be closed.
It was left to individual states to enforce these guidelines. Most retail businesses, including hardware stores and manufacturers will have to close their doors from pm Wednesday, but customers will be allowed to collect goods purchased online.
An estimated , jobs will be lost as a result of the shut downs, on top of , jobs already lost. Meat processing facilities will have to reduce production by one-third and workers would have to wear protection masks, shields, gowns and gloves.
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