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World Hundreds of anti-lockdown protesters plan second day of 'secret' rally

02:26  20 september  2020
02:26  20 september  2020 Source:   skynews.com.au

Lancashire expected to be placed under tighter lockdown measures

  Lancashire expected to be placed under tighter lockdown measures Lancashire is to be the latest part of the UK to face strict coronavirus lockdown rules - with drastic new curbs being introduced this weekend, Sky News understands. Health Secretary Matt Hancock has told senior MPs from the county that he will announce the clampdown in the morning and the rules will come into force on Saturday.The coronavirus restrictions, similar to those being introduced in North East England, will cover the whole of Lancashire with the exception of two thirds of the seaside resort of Blackpool.

Up to 700 anti - lockdown protesters in Victoria are vowing to take to the streets for a second time this weekend. Several small rallies are expected to begin from 7am in Melbourne's CBD before the main gathering at 1pm. Organisers have encouraged demonstrators to stay within 10 minutes of the city

anti - lockdown protesters as hundreds gather for ‘Freedom Day ’ rally in Australia (VIDEOS). a heated anti - lockdown protest in Melbourne, Australia, where hundreds gathered to demand an end to Anti - lockdown have now taken over Albert Park lake. Can’t see any police yet @theheraldsun

Up to 700 anti-lockdown protesters in Victoria are vowing to take to the streets for a second time this weekend.

Several small rallies are expected to begin from 7am in Melbourne's CBD before the main gathering at 1pm.

Organisers have encouraged demonstrators to stay within 10 minutes of the city centre while the location of the rally remains a secret.

a group of people standing in the dirt © Provided by Sky News Australia

Authorities have been condemning anyone who takes part in the event.

COVID-19 takes a toll on public transport, speed camera revenue in Qld .
The lockdown in March dragged annual revenue down as people stayed home and avoided public transport.Queensland's public transport network recorded a drop in patronage of almost 20 per cent over the past year, costing more than $71 million in fare revenue.

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