State of Victoria, Australia, stated that there had been no new confirmed cases of new crowns in the state in the past 24 hours. This is the first time since June that the state has no new confirmed cases in a single day.
Due to the outbreak in northern Melbourne, Victoria Governor Andrews postponed Melbourne’s reopening measures on the 25th. But Andrews’s decision made many parties dissatisfied, calling on him to relax Melbourne’s restrictions as soon as possible.
On July 20, local time, people were wearing masks on the streets of Melbourne. The Victorian government of Australia announced that in order to curb the spread of the new crown epidemic, people will face a fine of 200 Australian dollars if they do not wear masks in public from midnight on the 22nd.
The Mayor of Melbourne called on the Governor of Victoria on the 26th to promote a plan to reopen the Melbourne economy. She said: “We need to be more clear and certain than ever before in order to give those business owners who have really been optimistic to have a sense of confidence.”
Australian Federal Minister of Health Hunter also once again urged Victoria to take the next road map to reopen.
Hunter said: “We have seen that Victoria has reached the goal set by the Federal Chief Medical Officer of no more than 10 cases per day on average, and it has also reached their own goal of no more than 5 cases per day. “. “If they believe in their contact tracking system, then there is no reason not to go to the next stage. They should do it today.”