Young people may be fuelling the second wave, the Philippines faring poorly, offshore detention set to restart as a COVID-19 contingency plan, plus more coronavirus updates.
Here is the latest on coronavirus social distancing rules in the Australian Capital Territory. This article will be updated on a regular basis to keep you informed.
Good morning, early birds. Josh Frydenberg will reportedly announce an easing of post-September 28 JobKeeper eligibility criteria, and Melbourne aged care homes St. Basil's and Epping Gardens reportedly face a legal push from devastated families alleging negligence. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
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