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Victoria, Australia considering roadblocks and checkpoints
In Australia, the Herald Sun reports this morning that roadblocks and checkpoints are being considered by Victorian authorities, should coronavirus continue to spread from multiple suburban clusters.
Victoria has a number of suburbs where authorities have recorded high rates of community transmission. The state reported 41 new cases on Saturday, amid fears the state was experiencing a potential second wave of coronavirus.
In its efforts to curtail a second spike in the infection rate, the state has ramped up its testing efforts.
But the Herald Sun report raises concern that people in “hotspot” suburbs continue to travel around Melbourne, and that more drastic action could include roadblocks designed to restrict people from leaving their suburb without good reason.
Tasmania implemented road closures and ID checkpoints during an outbreak of coronavirus in that state’s north-east in April.
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