Despite the outbreak of Corona virus in Melbourne, Australia, people got permission to leave the city

Despite the severe outbreak of Corona virus in Australia, people got permission to leave the city. Travel allowed for more than 25 kms. Melbourne will end mandatory wearing outdoors masks. A big announcement has been made regarding this.

Despite the outbreak of Corona virus in Melbourne, Australia, people got permission to leave the city

Australia's Melbourne city has allowed people to leave the city despite a severe outbreak of the coronavirus. Australia's second-largest city will allow its 5 million residents to travel more than 25 kilometers (15 miles) from home despite the fight against the coronavirus outbreak and eliminate mandatory wearing masks outside. Melbourne has come out of a tough two-week lockdown at the end of last week. This was its fourth outbreak since the Corona epidemic began. Where around 100 cases have been seen since May 24.

Victoria State Premier James Merlino told reporters on Wednesday that Victoria is at its best when we are all together. The kingdom will be back together from tomorrow night. Although cases linked to a fresh cluster in a residential townhouse complex rose slightly on Wednesday, Melbourne will gradually ease restrictions.

The number of people in public gatherings will be increased to 20 people, while the ban on domestic gatherings will be lifted. Gyms can open in Melbourne, but must follow strict rules and salon services can operate without a mask during service.

Victoria reported five new local cases on Wednesday, all linked to the townhouse cluster, bringing the total number of infections there to eight. Wednesday's figures include two cases announced on Tuesday that were registered after the midnight cut-off deadline. Officials acknowledged that the new cases are at low risk of community spread because all are linked to the current outbreak, but warned people to strictly follow social distancing rules.

Swift contact tracing, snap lockdowns and strict social distancing measures have helped Australia successfully combat earlier outbreaks and keep its coronavirus numbers relatively low, with only 30,300 cases and 110 deaths.