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The map of Australia without Victoria goes viral after Melbourne reaches the second coronavirus lock


Now it's VEXIT: the map of Australia with Victoria cut off goes viral – after coronavirus cases in Melbourne have increased

  • Victoria was cut off from a new card that was spread on Facebook
  • 36 suburbs in the north of Melbourne were closed at midnight on Wednesday
  • The state has had 289 new cases since Monday and 77 infections on Thursday

Victoria was brutally cut off from a new map of Australia that went viral online – when Melbourne started blocking the second Corona virus.

The state has registered 289 new cases since Monday. 36 suburbs north of Melbourne have now been closed to curb the outbreak.

The ban lasts four weeks and came into effect on Wednesday at 11:59 p.m. Locals are encouraged to avoid unnecessary trips.

The map, shared almost 1,000 times on Facebook, shows the whole of Australia, but an empty space has been left between NSW and Tasmania.

Victoria was brutally cut out of a viral map of Australia when Melbourne started to block the corona virus for the second time

"Please download the new map of Australia," read the post.

Many found the edited card funny, while others found the image inappropriate.

"I've always wanted to tattoo this exact picture on myself, I think I can do it," said one person.

"Why not get rid of Tassie while we're at it?" another joked.

"It is not funny that we hold onto it without fault," said one.

People line up for a test site in Melbourne on Thursday (photo). Those who live in the coronavirus hotspots can only go to food, work, school, care and exercise

People line up for a test site in Melbourne on Thursday (photo). Those who live in the coronavirus hotspots can only go to food, work, school, care and exercise

Officials see passengers on the Melbourne-Sydney train at Central Station (pictured) on Thursday after a woman arrives while waiting for the COVID-19 test results

Officials see passengers on the Melbourne-Sydney train at Central Station (pictured) on Thursday after a woman arrives while waiting for the COVID-19 test results

CORONAVIRUS CASES IN AUSTRALIA: 8.001

New South Wales: 3,211

Victoria: 2,303

Queensland: 1,067

Western Australia: 611

South Australia: 443

Tasmania: 228

Australian Capital Territory: 108

Northern Territory: 30

TOTAL CASES: 8.001

RESTORED: 7,090

CURRENT ACTIVITIES: 911

DEATH: 104

& # 39; How is that funny? People get sick, ”someone wrote.

This happened after the Victorian government reordered 36 suburbs in ten zip codes after registering 212 new cases of the deadly virus in three days.

But the virus has already left the competitive city and spread across Australia. An infected man travels to Sydney and works for a Woolworths in Balmain.

Another infected person spent two weeks in the hotel quarantine in Melbourne before traveling to Darwin.

After only four weeks of freedom, these residents are prohibited from leaving their homes, except for work and school, grocery shopping, care and daily exercise.

Restaurants, gyms, pubs and all other non-essential services in the suburbs have to close their doors again. Affected companies are compensated with a government grant of $ 5,000.

Residents of the ten zip codes are not allowed to go on vacation, and the government will announce a support package for affected tourism companies on Friday.

The police will enforce the orders with random vehicle checks similar to random breath tests and will hand out fines on the spot.

Prime Minister Daniel Andrews said the ban was "deeply painful" and "harmful to businesses," but insisted that it was necessary.

"If we don't take these steps now, we'll block every zip code," he said.

Police pull aside vehicles at a checkpoint in the cordoned-off Broadmeadows suburb in Melbourne on July 2 (image)

Police pull aside vehicles at a checkpoint in the cordoned-off Broadmeadows suburb in Melbourne on July 2 (image)

This map shows the suburbs that have to stay at home from 11:59 p.m. on Wednesday after an increase in coronavirus cases

This map shows the suburbs that must stay at home at 11:59 p.m. Wednesday after an increase in coronavirus cases

In Victoria there are 415 active cases with 20 patients in the hospital and four in the intensive care unit.

77 new cases were discovered on Thursday alone – the largest number since the pandemic peaked on March 31.

Of the 77 new cases, 13 are related to outbreaks, 37 have been discovered through routine testing, and 27 other cases are under investigation.

According to Brett Sutton, Victoria's chief health officer, most of the cases are virus hotspots.

“One of the problems is that people move a little bit. Obviously, given the restrictions in place, people should limit their movement as much as possible. & # 39;

Health workers in Melbourne test coronavirus on Thursday (36) after 36 suburbs have been banned

Health workers in Melbourne test coronavirus on Thursday (36) after 36 suburbs have been banned

Which suburbs are blocked?

3012 – Brooklyn, Kingsville, Maidstone, Tottenham, West Footscray

3021 – Albanvale, Kealba, Kings Park, St. Albans

3032 – Ascot Vale, Highpoint City, Maribyrnong, Travancore

3038 – Keilor Downs, Keilor Lodge, Taylors Lakes, water gardens

3042 – West Airport, Keilor Park, Niddrie

3046 – Glenroy, Hadfield, Oak Park

3047 – Broadmeadows, Dallas, Jacana

3055 – Braunschweig Süd, Braunschweig West, Moonee Vale, Moreland West

3060 – Fawkner

3064 – Craigieburn, Donnybrook, Mickelham, Roxburgh Park, Kalkallo

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