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Where’s the science? Experts divided about Victoria’s new COVID-19 restrictions 

Restrictions are easing in Victoria, but are they based on science?

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews (Image: AAP/James Ross)

Can Victoria’s lockdown last when the numbers don’t add up?

The Andrews government's argument for lockdown is looking shakier by the day.

Bourke Street Mall, Melbourne (Image: AAP/James Ross)

The numbers game: what triggers COVID-19 lockdowns and freedoms?

NSW has again recorded more daily cases than Victoria, but remains quite open. Is the approach to lockdown more about politics than science?

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What was that about being OK for Xmas? Lockdown life in Melbourne shows no let up

With cases stubbornly staying in the double digits, is there any light at the end of the tunnel?

People exercising at St Kilda Beach, Melbourne (Image: AAP/James Ross)

The countries winning the COVID battle (and those still losing)

The world is making progress on tackling the pandemic, but some regions are doing better than others.

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Was Tony Abbott right when he called Victoria’s lockdown the toughest outside of Wuhan?

Tony Abbott says Victoria's coronavirus lockdown is the most severe in the world outside Wuhan. Is he correct?

Former Victorian Health Minister Jenny Mikakos (Image: AAP/James Ross)

Victoria dropped the ball, but security guards weren’t the culprits

The hotel quarantine outbreak may have triggered Victoria's second wave, but we can blame the state's misery on a series of questionable choices.

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Excessive and open to abuse: Victoria’s proposed law has experts worried

Experts have slammed a proposed law in Victoria which would give authorised citizens unprecedented powers to detain suspected coronavirus cases indefinitely.

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What it’s like: life under lockdown in the city of dead malls and muzzled citizens

Weeks of lockdown and alien routine have changed us, but we do not fully know how yet.

An anti-lockdown protest in Melbourne's CBD (Image: AAP/Erik Anderson)

Political medicine on a grand scale: the roadmap as the least worst option

Victoria's roadmap to recovery may seem daunting. But the alternative is much, much worse.

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