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Sport La police victorienne inflige 133 amendes en 24 heures aux personnes qui enfreignent le verrouillage COVID-19

05:41  13 juillet  2020
05:41  13 juillet  2020 Source:   9news.com.au

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La police victorienne a infligé plus de 130 amendes au cours des dernières 24 heures à des résidents de la métropole de Melbourne et de Mitchell Shire qui refusent respecter les instructions «rester à la maison».

Au total, 133 amendes ont été infligées à des particuliers au cours des dernières 24 heures, sur la base des 119 amendes prononcées la veille.

Chacune des amendes vaut 1652 $ et est émise pour des manquements aux directives de l'administrateur en chef de la santé.

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Opération de verrouillage: 1000 agents de police parcourront les dix points chauds du coronavirus de Melbourne - distribuant 1 652 $ d'amendes à toute personne qui quitte sa maison sans raison ceux qui enfreignent une stricte ordonnance de séjour à domic

 Opération de verrouillage: 1000 agents de police parcourront les dix points chauds du coronavirus de Melbourne - distribuant 1 652 $ d'amendes à toute personne qui quitte sa maison sans raison ceux qui enfreignent une stricte ordonnance de séjour à domic Le gouvernement victorien a réimposé des ordonnances de verrouillage pour 36 banlieues dans dix codes postaux à minuit mercredi, après avoir enregistré 212 nouveaux cas de virus mortel en trois jours. Les officiels de se sont désormais engagés à adopter une approche stricte et sans faille des amendes, permettant uniquement aux personnes de s'échapper sans pénalité dans des circonstances extrêmes.

Galerie: Melbourne en lock-out

Slide 1 of 39 Slide 2 of 39 Slide 3 of 39 Slide 4 of 39   Victorian Police issue 133 fines in 24 hours to people breaching COVID-19 lockdown Obtenez les meilleures histoires du monde en un seul endroit avec Disney + Ad Disney + Slide 5 of 39: MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JULY 11: People are seen wearing face masks while shopping at the Queen Victoria Market on July 11, 2020 in Melbourne, Australia. Metropolitan Melbourne and the Mitchell shire are in lockdown following the rise in COVID-19 cases through community transmissions. The new restrictions came into effect on Thursday 9 July, with residents in lockdown areas under stay at home orders for the next six weeks. People are only able to leave home have for exercise or work, to buy essential items including food or to access childcare and healthcare. Gatherings of groups of more than two or more than a household group are not permitted while school holidays have been extended by a week so children remain home. Retail can remain open and markets are permitted to open for food and drink only. Cafes, restaurants, pubs, clubs and bars are back to takeaway only. Eight public housing estates that have been under hard lockdown have reopened subject to stage 3 COVID-19 restrictions in line with the rest of Melbourne, while the tower at Alfred Street remains under hard lockdown while health authorities continue COVID-19 testing. (Photo by Darrian Traynor/Getty Images) Slide 6 of 39: MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JULY 11: Premier of Victoria Daniel Andrews speaks to the media at the daily briefing on July 11, 2020 in Melbourne, Australia. Metropolitan Melbourne and the Mitchell shire are in lockdown following the rise in COVID-19 cases through community transmissions. The new restrictions came into effect on Thursday 9 July, with residents in lockdown areas under stay at home orders for the next six weeks. People are only able to leave home have for exercise or work, to buy essential items including food or to access childcare and healthcare. Gatherings of groups of more than two or more than a household group are not permitted while school holidays have been extended by a week so children remain home. Retail can remain open and markets are permitted to open for food and drink only. Cafes, restaurants, pubs, clubs and bars are back to takeaway only. Eight public housing estates that have been under hard lockdown have reopened subject to stage 3 COVID-19 restrictions in line with the rest of Melbourne, while the tower at Alfred Street remains under hard lockdown while health authorities continue COVID-19 testing. (Photo by Darrian Traynor/Getty Images) Slide 7 of 39: MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JULY 11: A general view of the Public Housing tower in Alfred Street North Melbourne on July 11, 2020 in Melbourne, Australia. Metropolitan Melbourne and the Mitchell shire are in lockdown following the rise in COVID-19 cases through community transmissions. The new restrictions came into effect on Thursday 9 July, with residents in lockdown areas under stay at home orders for the next six weeks. People are only able to leave home have for exercise or work, to buy essential items including food or to access childcare and healthcare. Gatherings of groups of more than two or more than a household group are not permitted while school holidays have been extended by a week so children remain home. Retail can remain open and markets are permitted to open for food and drink only. Cafes, restaurants, pubs, clubs and bars are back to takeaway only. Eight public housing estates that have been under hard lockdown have reopened subject to stage 3 COVID-19 restrictions in line with the rest of Melbourne, while the tower at Alfred Street remains under hard lockdown while health authorities continue COVID-19 testing. (Photo by Darrian Traynor/Getty Images) Slide 8 of 39: MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JULY 10: Officials check people at testing centers as lockdown is reimposed in Melbourne within coronavirus (Covid-19) precautions as it recorded its largest daily increase in coronavirus cases with 288 new infections over the past 24 hours since the start of the outbreak in Melbourne, Australia on July 10, 2020. (Photo by Recep Sakar/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images) Slide 9 of 39: A tram remains empty during peak morning rush-hour after lockdown restrictions were implemented in response to an outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Melbourne, Australia, July 10, 2020.  REUTERS/Sandra Sanders   Victorian Police issue 133 fines in 24 hours to people breaching COVID-19 lockdown Offres de prêts aux immeubles de placement Annonce Finder Slide 10 of 39: Response personnel dispose of rubbish outside a public housing tower, reopened the previous night after being locked down in response to an outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Melbourne, Australia, July 10, 2020. REUTERS/Sandra Sanders Slide 11 of 39: An essential worker sanitises surfaces after lockdown restrictions were implemented in response to an outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Melbourne, Australia, July 10, 2020.  REUTERS/Sandra Sanders Slide 12 of 39: Flinders Street train station is seen mostly devoid of people after lockdown restrictions were implemented in response to an outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Melbourne, Australia, July 10, 2020.  REUTERS/Sandra Sanders Slide 13 of 39: MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JULY 09: Members of Victoria Police perform checks at a road block on the Princes Freeway just before Little River on July 09, 2020 in Melbourne, Australia. Lockdown measures across metropolitan Melbourne and the Mitchell shire came into effect at midnight, with Victorian residents of those areas under stay at home orders for the next six weeks. Under the new lockdown restrictions, people will only able to leave home have for exercise or work, to buy essential items including food or to access childcare and healthcare. Victorians cannot gather in groups of more than two or their household group, school holidays will be extended for at least a week. Retail can remain open and markets are permitted to open for food and drink only. Cafes, restaurants, pubs, clubs and bars are back to takeaway only. (Photo by Darrian Traynor/Getty Images) Slide 14 of 39: MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JULY 09: Members of Victoria Police perform checks at a road block on the Princes Freeway just before Little River on July 09, 2020 in Melbourne, Australia. Lockdown measures across metropolitan Melbourne and the Mitchell shire came into effect at midnight, with Victorian residents of those areas under stay at home orders for the next six weeks. Under the new lockdown restrictions, people will only able to leave home have for exercise or work, to buy essential items including food or to access childcare and healthcare. Victorians cannot gather in groups of more than two or their household group, school holidays will be extended for at least a week. Retail can remain open and markets are permitted to open for food and drink only. Cafes, restaurants, pubs, clubs and bars are back to takeaway only. (Photo by Darrian Traynor/Getty Images)   Victorian Police issue 133 fines in 24 hours to people breaching COVID-19 lockdown Réduction du taux de trésorerie: obtenez-vous la meilleure offre de prêt immobilier? Ad Finder Slide 15 of 39: MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JULY 09: A man wearing PPE pushes a trolley with supplies at the Flemington Public housing tower on July 09, 2020 in Melbourne, Australia. Lockdown measures across metropolitan Melbourne and the Mitchell shire came into effect at midnight, with Victorian residents of those areas under stay at home orders for the next six weeks. Under the new lockdown restrictions, people will only able to leave home have for exercise or work, to buy essential items including food or to access childcare and healthcare. Victorians cannot gather in groups of more than two or their household group, school holidays will be extended for at least a week. Retail can remain open and markets are permitted to open for food and drink only. Cafes, restaurants, pubs, clubs and bars are back to takeaway only. (Photo by Asanka Ratnayake/Getty Images) Slide 16 of 39: MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JULY 09: A resident from the North Melbourne housing tower is seen at the front of the building speaking to police on July 09, 2020 in Melbourne, Australia. Lockdown measures across metropolitan Melbourne and the Mitchell shire came into effect at midnight, with Victorian residents of those areas under stay at home orders for the next six weeks. Under the new lockdown restrictions, people will only able to leave home have for exercise or work, to buy essential items including food or to access childcare and healthcare. Victorians cannot gather in groups of more than two or their household group, school holidays will be extended for at least a week. Retail can remain open and markets are permitted to open for food and drink only. Cafes, restaurants, pubs, clubs and bars are back to takeaway only. (Photo by Asanka Ratnayake/Getty Images) Slide 17 of 39: MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JULY 09: A resident living in the Flemington Public housing tower is seen looking out the window on July 09, 2020 in Melbourne, Australia. Lockdown measures across metropolitan Melbourne and the Mitchell shire came into effect at midnight, with Victorian residents of those areas under stay at home orders for the next six weeks. Under the new lockdown restrictions, people will only able to leave home have for exercise or work, to buy essential items including food or to access childcare and healthcare. Victorians cannot gather in groups of more than two or their household group, school holidays will be extended for at least a week. Retail can remain open and markets are permitted to open for food and drink only. Cafes, restaurants, pubs, clubs and bars are back to takeaway only. (Photo by Asanka Ratnayake/Getty Images) Slide 18 of 39: MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JULY 09: Workers wearing full body PPE are seen outside the Flemington Public housing tower on July 09, 2020 in Melbourne, Australia. Lockdown measures across metropolitan Melbourne and the Mitchell shire came into effect at midnight, with Victorian residents of those areas under stay at home orders for the next six weeks. Under the new lockdown restrictions, people will only able to leave home have for exercise or work, to buy essential items including food or to access childcare and healthcare. Victorians cannot gather in groups of more than two or their household group, school holidays will be extended for at least a week. Retail can remain open and markets are permitted to open for food and drink only. Cafes, restaurants, pubs, clubs and bars are back to takeaway only. (Photo by Asanka Ratnayake/Getty Images) Slide 19 of 39: Police conduct roadside checks on the outskirts of Melbourne on July  9, 2020 on the first day of the citys new lockdown after an outbreak of the COVID-19 coronavirus. - Five million people in Australia's second-biggest city began a new lockdown, returning to tough restrictions just weeks after they ended as Melbourne grapples with a resurgence of coronavirus cases. (Photo by William WEST / AFP) (Photo by WILLIAM WEST/AFP via Getty Images) Slide 20 of 39: MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JULY 07: A graphic is seen showing the areas of Melbourne that will be required to go into lock down as Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews speak to the media on July 07, 2020 in Melbourne, Australia. Victoria will go into further six week lockdown effective from 11:59 Wednesday 8 July after the state recorded its highest daily increase since the epidemic began, with 191 cases recorded in the latest 24-hour reporting period. Under the new lockdown restrictions, people will only able to leave home have for exercise or work, to buy essential items including food or to access childcare and healthcare. Victorians can not gather in groups of more than two or their household group, school holidays will be extended for at least a week. Retail can remain open and markets are permitted to open for food and drink only. Cafes, restaurants, pubs, clubs and bars are back to takeaway only. (Photo by Darrian Traynor/Getty Images) Slide 21 of 39: MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JULY 07: Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews speak to the media on July 07, 2020 in Melbourne, Australia. Victoria will go into further six week lockdown effective from 11:59 Wednesday 8 July after the state recorded its highest daily increase since the epidemic began, with 191 cases recorded in the latest 24-hour reporting period. Under the new lockdown restrictions, people will only able to leave home have for exercise or work, to buy essential items including food or to access childcare and healthcare. Victorians can not gather in groups of more than two or their household group, school holidays will be extended for at least a week. Retail can remain open and markets are permitted to open for food and drink only. Cafes, restaurants, pubs, clubs and bars are back to takeaway only. (Photo by Darrian Traynor/Getty Images) Slide 22 of 39: Police in the southern New South Wales (NSW) border city of Albury check cars crossing the state border from Victoria on July 8, 2020 after authorities closed the border due to an outbreak of COVID-19 coronavirus in Victoria. - With the city of Melbourne going into lockdown for the next six weeks, the entire state of Victoria will effectively be sealed off from the rest of the country with the state border to NSW closing on 08 July. (Photo by William WEST / AFP) (Photo by WILLIAM WEST/AFP via Getty Images) Slide 23 of 39: SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - JULY 08: NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian speaks to the media at a press conference at Sydney Olympic Park on July 08, 2020 in Sydney, Australia. The NSW-Victoria border closed at midnight, Wednesday 8 July. It is the first time in 100 years the border between the two states has been closed and comes as Victoria continues to record high numbers of confirmed COVID-19 cases through community transmission. NSW residents returning from Victoria will need to self isolate for 14 days, while Victorian residents are banned from travelling to New South Wales unless they have a permit. (Photo by Mark Metcalfe/Getty Images) Slide 24 of 39: Police officers and healthcare workers are stationed outside a public housing tower that is locked down as a Coronavirus hotspot in Melbourne, Australia, Wednesday, July 8, 2020. Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison says a shutdown of the nation's second-largest city is necessary and promised continuing financial support for businesses that fear they won't survive a second lockdown. (James Ross/AAP Image via AP) Slide 25 of 39: SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - JULY 08: Passengers, off a Melbourne to Sydney flight, arrive at Sydney domestic airport on July 08, 2020 in Sydney, Australia. The NSW-Victoria border closed at midnight, Wednesday 8 July. It is the first time in 100 years the border between the two states has been closed and comes as Victoria continues to record high numbers of confirmed COVID-19 cases through community transmission. NSW residents returning from Victoria will need to self isolate for 14 days, while Victorian residents are banned from travelling to New South Wales unless they have a permit. Special provisions will be in place for border communities such as Albury-Wodonga as well as freight operations and other critical services. (Photo by Mark Metcalfe/Getty Images) Slide 26 of 39: MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JULY 07: Police patrols are seen on July 07, 2020 in Melbourne, Australia. Nine public housing estates are in mandatory lockdown and two additional suburbs are under stay-at-home orders as authorities work to stop further COVID-19 outbreaks in Melbourne. The public housing towers will be in total lockdown for at least five days and the only people allowed in and out are those providing essential services. Residents of 12 Melbourne hotspot postcodes are also on stay-at-home orders and are only able to leave home have for exercise or work, to buy essential items including food or to access childcare and healthcare. Businesses and facilities in these lockdown areas are also restricted and cafes and restaurants can only open for takeaway and delivery. (Photo by Daniel Pockett/Getty Images) Slide 27 of 39: MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JULY 07: Players are seen preparing to board a bus where the Melbourne based A-League teams will then head to New South Wales from AAMI Park on July 07, 2020 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Darrian Traynor/Getty Images) Slide 28 of 39: SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - JULY 08: A screen shows a cancelled Melbourne flight at Sydney domestic airport on July 08, 2020 in Sydney, Australia. The NSW-Victoria border closed at midnight, Wednesday 8 July. It is the first time in 100 years the border between the two states has been closed and comes as Victoria continues to record high numbers of confirmed COVID-19 cases through community transmission. NSW residents returning from Victoria will need to self isolate for 14 days, while Victorian residents are banned from travelling to New South Wales unless they have a permit. Special provisions will be in place for border communities such as Albury-Wodonga as well as freight operations and other critical services. (Photo by Mark Metcalfe/Getty Images) Slide 29 of 39: MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JULY 07: Victorian Minister for Health Jenny Mikakos speaks to the media on July 07, 2020 in Melbourne, Australia. Victorian premier Danial Andrews has announced further lockdown measures for residents in metropolitan Melbourne or the Mitchell shire for six weeks effective from 11:59 Wednesday 8 July. The announcement comes after the state recorded its highest daily increase since the epidemic began, with 191 cases recorded in the latest 24-hour reporting period. Under the new lockdown restrictions, people will only able to leave home have for exercise or work, to buy essential items including food or to access childcare and healthcare. Victorians cannot gather in groups of more than two or their household group, school holidays will be extended for at least a week. Retail can remain open and markets are permitted to open for food and drink only. Cafes, restaurants, pubs, clubs and bars are back to takeaway only.  (Photo by Darrian Traynor/Getty Images) Slide 30 of 39: SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - JULY 07: Passengers arrive in the baggage reclaim hall at Sydney Airport on one of the last flights out of Melbourne to Sydney on July 07, 2020 in Sydney, Australia. The NSW-Victoria border will close at 11:59pm on Tuesday evening due to a large spike in COVID-19 cases in Victoria. It is the first time in 100 years the border between the two states has been closed, and comes after Victoria recorded its highest-ever daily increase in cases, 127, since the start of the pandemic on Monday, along with the deaths of two Victorian men. From 12:01 Wednesday 8 July, NSW residents returning from Victoria will need to self isolate for 14 days. Special provisions will be in place for border communities such as Albury-Wodonga as well as freight operations and other critical services. (Photo by James D. Morgan/Getty Images) Slide 31 of 39: Police in the southern New South Wales (NSW) border city of Albury check cars crossing the state border from Victoria on July 8, 2020 after authorities closed the border due to an outbreak of COVID-19 coronavirus in Victoria. - With the city of Melbourne going into lockdown for the next six weeks, the entire state of Victoria will effectively be sealed off from the rest of the country with the state border to NSW closing on 08 July. (Photo by William WEST / AFP) (Photo by WILLIAM WEST/AFP via Getty Images) Slide 32 of 39: MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JULY 07: Volunteers work to oraganise and then deliver food to public housing toweres on July 07, 2020 in Melbourne, Australia. The Brunswick Mechanics Institute was inundated with food donations for public housing tenants currently under hard lockdown following a call out on social media. Organised by artist and activist Amrita Hepi and Melbourne artist collective Next Wave, donations will be delivered by the Australian Muslim Social Services Agency to those in lockdown. Nine public housing estates are in mandatory lockdown and two additional suburbs are under stay-at-home orders as authorities work to stop further COVID-19 outbreaks in Melbourne. The public housing towers will be in total lockdown for at least five days and the only people allowed in and out are those providing essential services. Residents of 12 Melbourne hotspot postcodes are also on stay-at-home orders and are only able to leave home have for exercise or work, to buy essential items including food or to access childcare and healthcare. Businesses and facilities in these lockdown areas are also restricted and cafes and restaurants can only open for takeaway and delivery. (Photo by Darrian Traynor/Getty Images) Slide 33 of 39: MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JULY 07: Workers carrying boxes of protection supplies are seen on July 07, 2020 in Melbourne, Australia. Nine public housing estates are in mandatory lockdown and two additional suburbs are under stay-at-home orders as authorities work to stop further COVID-19 outbreaks in Melbourne. The public housing towers will be in total lockdown for at least five days and the only people allowed in and out are those providing essential services. Residents of 12 Melbourne hotspot postcodes are also on stay-at-home orders and are only able to leave home have for exercise or work, to buy essential items including food or to access childcare and healthcare. Businesses and facilities in these lockdown areas are also restricted and cafes and restaurants can only open for takeaway and delivery. (Photo by Daniel Pockett/Getty Images) Slide 34 of 39: SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - JULY 07: Passengers have their temperature checked by health officials as they arrive from a Qantas flight at Sydney Airport on one of the last flights out of Melbourne to Sydney on July 07, 2020 in Sydney, Australia. The NSW-Victoria border will close at 11:59pm on Tuesday evening due to a large spike in COVID-19 cases in Victoria. It is the first time in 100 years the border between the two states has been closed, and comes after Victoria recorded its highest-ever daily increase in cases, 127, since the start of the pandemic on Monday, along with the deaths of two Victorian men. From 12:01 Wednesday 8 July, NSW residents returning from Victoria will need to self isolate for 14 days. Special provisions will be in place for border communities such as Albury-Wodonga as well as freight operations and other critical services. (Photo by James D. Morgan/Getty Images) Slide 35 of 39: ALBURY, AUSTRALIA - JULY 8: A worker wearing a face mask and protective clothing attends to members of the public at a pop-up COVID-19 testing clinic on July 8, 2020 in the town of Albury, Australia. COVID-19 testing has increased in the regional town of Albury after two positive COVID-19 cases were confirmed in the area. One of the people who returned a positive rest recently travelled to Melbourne.  (Photo by David Gray/Getty Images) Slide 36 of 39: ALBURY, AUSTRALIA - JULY 7: A sign is displayed regarding COVID-19 restrictions in the New South Wales (NSW), Victoria border town of Albury on July 7, 2020 in Australia. The NSW-Victoria border will close at 11:59pm on Tuesday evening due to a large spike in COVID-19 cases in Victoria. It is the first time in 100 years the border between the two states has been closed, and comes after Victoria recorded its highest-ever daily increase in cases, 127, since the start of the pandemic on Monday, along with the deaths of two Victorian men. From 12:01 Wednesday 8 July, NSW residents returning from Victoria will need to self isolate for 14 days. Special provisions will be in place for border communities such as Albury-Wodonga as well as freight operations and other critical services.     (Photo by David Gray/Getty Images) Slide 37 of 39: SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - JULY 07: Passengers off a Melbourne to Sydney flight arrive at Sydney domestic airport on July 07, 2020 in Sydney, Australia. The NSW-Victoria border will close at 11:59pm on Tuesday evening due to a large spike in COVID-19 cases in Victoria. It is the first time in 100 years the border between the two states has been closed, and comes after Victoria recorded its highest-ever daily increase in cases, 127, since the start of the pandemic on Monday, along with the deaths of two Victorian men. From 12:01 Wednesday 8 July, NSW residents returning from Victoria will need to self isolate for 14 days. Special provisions will be in place for border communities such as Albury-Wodonga as well as freight operations and other critical services. (Photo by Mark Metcalfe/Getty Images) Slide 38 of 39: ALBURY, AUSTRALIA - JULY 7: Mayor of Albury, Kevin Mack (LEFT) reacts as he listens to the Mayor of Wodonga, Anna Speedie during a media conference on July 7, 2020 in Albury, Australia. The NSW-Victoria border will close at 11:59pm on Tuesday evening due to a large spike in COVID-19 cases in Victoria. It is the first time in 100 years the border between the two states has been closed, and comes after Victoria recorded its highest-ever daily increase in cases, 127, since the start of the pandemic on Monday, along with the deaths of two Victorian men. From 12:01 Wednesday 8 July, NSW residents returning from Victoria will need to self isolate for 14 days. Special provisions will be in place for border communities such as Albury-Wodonga as well as freight operations and other critical services.   (Photo by David Gray/Getty Images) Slide 39 of 39: MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JULY 07: Police patrols are seen walking past a playground on July 07, 2020 in Melbourne, Australia. Nine public housing estates are in mandatory lockdown and two additional suburbs are under stay-at-home orders as authorities work to stop further COVID-19 outbreaks in Melbourne. The public housing towers will be in total lockdown for at least five days and the only people allowed in and out are those providing essential services. Residents of 12 Melbourne hotspot postcodes are also on stay-at-home orders and are only able to leave home have for exercise or work, to buy essential items including food or to access childcare and healthcare. Businesses and facilities in these lockdown areas are also restricted and cafes and restaurants can only open for takeaway and delivery. (Photo by Daniel Pockett/Getty Images) 1/39 DIAPOSITIVES © Daniel Pockett / EPA-EFE / Shutterstock

In Dans le but de contrôler l'épidémie de coronavirus (COVID-19) à Victoria, les autorités australiennes ont annoncé le 7 juillet que Melbourne et Mitchell Shire reviendraient aux restrictions de séjour au stade 3 pendant six semaines, à partir de 23 h 59. le 8 juillet. Le nombre croissant de cas dans la capitale victorienne de Melbourne a bloqué complètement neuf tours de logements sociaux et des mesures strictes de distanciation sociale ont été appliquées dans 30 banlieues. La frontière entre Victoria et la Nouvelle-Galles du Sud (NSW) - deux des États les plus peuplés du pays - a été fermée pour enrayer l'épidémie. C'est la première fois en 100 ans que les frontières sont fermées - la dernière a eu lieu pendant la pandémie de grippe espagnole de 1919. De plus, l'Australie du Sud a également fermé sa frontière avec Victoria.

`` Apprenez à parler anglais '': Pauline Hanson fait un discours extraordinaire sur les résidents de la commission du logement de Melbourne `` toxicomane '' et dit que les réfugiés dans les tours devraient être utilisés dans des `` conditions difficiles

 `` Apprenez à parler anglais '': Pauline Hanson fait un discours extraordinaire sur les résidents de la commission du logement de Melbourne `` toxicomane '' et dit que les réfugiés dans les tours devraient être utilisés dans des `` conditions difficiles Votre navigateur ne prend pas en charge cette vidéo Pauline Hanson a rejeté les plaintes des résidents sous garde aux tours de la commission du logement de Melbourne en tant que «toxicomanes et alcooliques» et a déclaré qu'ils devraient apprendre à parler anglais. Le verrouillage strict a été imposé samedi par le gouvernement victorien dans le but de contenir une épidémie après que 27 personnes dans les tours de logements sociaux de Melbourne ont été testées positives au coronavirus.

Voici un aperçu de la situation actuelle en images.

(photo) Une vue générale de Bourke Street à Melbourne le 12 juillet.

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Une vue générale des rues vides de Hosier Lane à Melbourne le 12 juillet.

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Des ballons sont vus sur la clôture de la tour de logements sociaux verrouillée au 33 Alfred Street à North Melbourne le 12 juillet. Les restrictions ont été plus tôt assouplies dans les huit autres publics des tours d'habitation qui avaient également été bloquées.

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La police promène des chiens appartenant à des résidents de la tour de logements publics d'Alfred Street, qui reste sous contrôle serré, le 11 juillet.

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Une femme est vue portant un masque facial lors d'un magasinage au Queen Victoria Market à Melbourne le 11 juillet.

Cops a fermé une fête Airbnb `` illégale '' et a infligé des amendes de 25 000 $ à Melbourne après que les résidents ont été contraints à l'isolement à Victoria

 Cops a fermé une fête Airbnb `` illégale '' et a infligé des amendes de 25 000 $ à Melbourne après que les résidents ont été contraints à l'isolement à Victoria © Getty n cette photo illustration un logo Airbnb est affiché sur un smartphone Une fête Airbnb illégale tenue à le cœur du quartier central des affaires de Melbourne a été brisé par la police et des officiers ont infligé près de 25 000 $ d'amendes. Melbourne entrera mercredi dans un lock-out de six semaines à minuit. Le gouvernement implorera les gens de respecter les règles, mais beaucoup n'ont pas écouté.

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Le premier ministre de Victoria, Daniel Andrews, s'adresse aux médias lors du briefing quotidien à Melbourne le 11 juillet.

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Une vue générale de la tour de logements sociaux d'Alfred Street à Melbourne en juillet 11. Huit ensembles de logements sociaux qui ont fait l'objet d'une fermeture stricte ont rouvert sous réserve des restrictions de l'étape 3 COVID-19, conformément au reste de Melbourne. La tour d'Alfred Street est restée sous verrouillage sévère alors que les autorités sanitaires continuaient les tests.

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Des responsables vérifient les personnes dans les centres de test de Melbourne le 10 juillet.

Comment le verrouillage du coronavirus de Melbourne se compare-t-il aux réponses étrangères à la transmission communautaire?

 Comment le verrouillage du coronavirus de Melbourne se compare-t-il aux réponses étrangères à la transmission communautaire? Les blocages sévères imposés aux tours de logements sociaux de Melbourne peuvent être une première en Australie, mais des scènes similaires se sont déroulées dans des pays du monde entier. Le médecin-chef par intérim de , Paul Kelly, a déclaré plus tôt cette semaine que le verrouillage de la tour était une "escalade majeure" et quelque chose que nous n'avions jamais vu dans le pays auparavant.

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Un tramway reste vide pendant les heures de pointe heure de pointe du matin à Melbourne le 10 juillet.

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Le personnel d'intervention jette les ordures à l'extérieur d'une tour de logements sociaux à Melbourne le 10 juillet.

La police victorienne inflige 133 amendes en 24 heures aux personnes qui enfreignent le verrouillage COVID-19

 La police victorienne inflige 133 amendes en 24 heures aux personnes qui enfreignent le verrouillage COVID-19 Votre navigateur ne prend pas en charge cette vidéo La police victorienne a infligé plus de 130 amendes au cours des dernières 24 heures à des résidents de la métropole de Melbourne et de Mitchell Shire qui refusent respecter les instructions «rester à la maison». Au total, 133 amendes ont été infligées à des particuliers au cours des dernières 24 heures, sur la base des 119 amendes prononcées la veille.

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Un travailleur essentiel désinfecte les surfaces à Melbourne le 10 juillet.

La police victorienne inflige 133 amendes en 24 heures aux personnes qui enfreignent le verrouillage COVID-19

 La police victorienne inflige 133 amendes en 24 heures aux personnes qui enfreignent le verrouillage COVID-19 Votre navigateur ne prend pas en charge cette vidéo respecter les instructions «rester à la maison». Au total, 133 amendes ont été infligées à des particuliers au cours des dernières 24 heures, sur la base des 119 amendes prononcées la veille. Chacune des amendes vaut 1652 $ et est émise pour des manquements aux directives de l'administrateur en chef de la santé.

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La gare de Flinders Street est vue pour la plupart dépourvue de personnes à Melbourne le 10 juillet.

Il ne reste qu'une seule famille de loups en Californie. La meute Lassen n'avait que 8 chiots.

 Il ne reste qu'une seule famille de loups en Californie. La meute Lassen n'avait que 8 chiots. Sur huit chiots de cette année, au moins quatre sont des mâles et deux sont des femelles, selon les tests génétiques. Les tests ont établi que le loup mâle adulte noir est le père de cette dernière portée. Des experts tentent de déterminer son pack d'origine, selon le centre. Le pack Lassen est le deuxième groupe confirmé de Californie en près de 100 ans, selon le centre. La meute de Shasta, une famille de sept personnes, a été confirmée en 2015 mais en 2016 avait «mystérieusement disparu».

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Des membres de la police de Victoria effectuent des vérifications à un barrage routier sur l'autoroute Princes le 9 juillet.

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membres de la police de Victoria par contrôle des formulaires à un barrage routier à Melbourne le 9 juillet.

Le diaporama se poursuit sur la diapositive suivante 15/39 DIAPOSITIVES © Asanka Ratnayake / Getty Images Travailleurs vus avec des chariots de fournitures à la Flemington Public Housing Tower à Melbourne en juillet 9. 16/39 DIAPOSITIVES © Asanka Ratnayake / Getty Images Un résident de la tour d'habitation de North Melbourne est vu à l'avant de l'immeuble s'adressant à la police le 9 juillet. 17/39 DIAPOSITIVES © Asanka Ratnayake / Getty Images Un résident vivant dans la tour de logements publics de Flemington est vu par la fenêtre le 9 juillet. 18/39 DIAPOSITIVES © Asanka Ratnayake / Getty Images Des travailleurs portant un EPI complet sont vus à l'extérieur de la tour de logements publics de Flemington le 9 juillet. 19/39 DIAPOSITIVES © William West / AFP via Getty Images La police effectue des contrôles routiers à la périphérie de Melbourne le 9 juillet. 20/39 DIAPOSITIVES © Darrian Traynor / Getty Images

Un graphique montre les zones de Melbourne qui sera obligé de se mettre en lock-out, lors d'une conférence de presse à Melbourne le 7 juillet.

21/39 DIAPOSITIVES © Darrian Traynor / Getty Images Le Premier ministre victorien Daniel Andrews s'adresse aux médias, annonçant le verrouillage, à Melbourne, le 7 juillet "Nous sommes sur le point de faire quelque chose de très, très mauvais si nous ne prenons pas ces mesures aujourd'hui ... Ne voyons pas cela comme un simple inconvénient. C'est bien plus que ça. C'est une pandémie ", a-t-il déclaré. 22/39 DIAPOSITIVES © William West / AFP via Getty Images Des policiers de la ville frontalière d'Albury, dans le sud de la Nouvelle-Galles du Sud, vérifient les voitures qui traversent la frontière de Victoria depuis le 8 juillet, après que les autorités ont fermé la frontière. 23/39 DIAPOSITIVES © Mark Metcalfe / Getty Images Gladys Berejiklian, première ministre de la Nouvelle-Galles du Sud, s'adresse aux médias lors d'une conférence de presse au parc olympique de Sydney le 8 juillet. "Nous demandons aux résidents de NSW dans les communautés frontalières de ne pas se rendre dans d'autres NSW sauf si c'est absolument nécessaire. Les résidents de la Nouvelle-Galles du Sud devraient également éviter de se rendre dans ces communautés frontalières en ce moment ", a écrit Berejiklian sur Twitter. 24/39 DIAPOSITIVES © James Ross / AAP Image via AP Photo Les policiers et les travailleurs de la santé sont stationnés devant une tour de logements publics qui est enfermé en tant que hotspot de coronavirus, à Melbourne le 8 juillet. 25/39 DIAPOSITIVES © Mark Metcalfe / Getty Images Les passagers, à bord d'un vol Melbourne-Sydney, arrivent à l'aéroport national de Sydney le 8 juillet. 26/39 DIAPOSITIVES © Daniel Pockett / Getty Images Des patrouilles de police sont vues à Melbourne le 7 juillet. 27/39 DIAPOSITIVES © Darrian Traynor / Getty Images Des joueurs des équipes A-League basées à Melbourne sont vus se préparant à monter à bord d'un bus dans une tentative pour se rendre en Nouvelle-Galles du Sud depuis AAMI Park à Melbourne le 7 juillet. 28/39 DIAPOSITIVES © Mark Metcalfe / Getty Images Un écran montre un vol annulé de Melbourne à l'aéroport national de Sydney le 8 juillet. 29/39 DIAPOSITIVES © Darrian Traynor / Getty Images victorien La ministre de la Santé, Jenny Mikakos, s'adresse aux médias à Melbourne le 7 juillet. Lors d'une interview avec une station de radio, elle a souligné que "si nous montrons un peu de patience et suivons les règles pour les six prochaines semaines, nous pouvons porter les cas redescendre. " 30/39 DIAPOSITIVES © James D. Morgan / Getty Images Les passagers arrivent dans la salle de récupération des bagages à l'aéroport de Sydney sur l'un des derniers vols de Melbourne à Sydney le 7 juillet. 31/39 DIAPOSITIVES © William West / AFP via Getty Images La police d'Albury vérifie les voitures qui traversent la frontière nationale depuis Victoria le 8 juillet. 32/39 DIAPOSITIVES © Darrian Traynor / Getty Images Des volontaires travaillent pour organiser puis livrer de la nourriture aux tours de logements sociaux à Melbourne le 7 juillet 33/39 DIAPOSITIVES © Daniel Pockett / Getty Images Des travailleurs transportant des boîtes de fournitures de protection sont vus à Melbourne le 7 juillet. 34/39 DIAPOSITIVES © James D. Morgan / Getty Images La température des passagers est contrôlée par la santé lors de leur arrivée à l'aéroport de Sydney sur l'un des derniers vols au départ de Melbourne vers la ville le 7 juillet. 35/39 DIAPOSITIVES © David Gray / Getty Images Un travailleur portant un masque facial et des vêtements de protection s'occupe des membres du public à un pop-up COVID-19 testi ng clinic à Albury le 8 juillet. 36/39 DIAPOSITIVES © David Gray / Getty Images Un panneau s'affiche concernant les restrictions COVID-19 en Nouvelle-Galles du Sud le 7 juillet. 37/39 DIAPOSITIVES © Mark Metcalfe / Getty Images Un passager d'un vol Melbourne-Sydney est vu à l'aéroport domestique de Sydney le 7 juillet. 38/39 DIAPOSITIVES © David Gray / Getty Images Anna Speedie, maire de Wodonga, s'exprime lors d'une conférence de presse, sous les yeux du maire d'Albury Kevin Mack , à Albury le 7 juillet. 39/39 DIAPOSITIVES © Daniel Pockett / Getty Images La police passe devant une aire de jeux lors d'une patrouille à Melbourne le 7 juillet. 39/39 DIAPOSITIVES

Sous ces instructions, les résidents des 32 les administrations locales doivent rester à la maison, sauf si elles font de l'exercice, vont au travail ou aux études, font des emplettes pour leurs besoins essentiels ou donnent ou reçoivent des soins.

Parmi les personnes condamnées à une amende figurent cinq personnes qui ont voyagé de Melbourne à Myrniong pour faire du camping, et plusieurs personnes fréquentant des résidences privées pour des fêtes.

Dans un cas, 13 personnes ont été condamnées à une amende pour un rassemblement social dans un appartement à Docklands.

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a person riding on the back of a motorcycle: Victoria Police officers patrolling near Melbourne public housing towers. © Getty Victoria Des agents de police patrouillent près des tours de logements sociaux de Melbourne.

Au total, 22 avis d'infraction ont été émis aux points de contrôle des véhicules, où 9557 véhicules ont été contrôlés au cours des seules 24 dernières heures. Le Premier ministre de

, Daniel Andrews, a déclaré que "la police était en vigueur", infligeant de lourdes amendes aux personnes qui avaient enfreint les restrictions de la troisième phase de l'État.

"Le temps des avertissements est terminé", a-t-il dit. "Si vous êtes là-bas en train de briser les règles et que vous pariez que vous ne serez pas pris, les chances ne sont pas bonnes. Vous serez pris. Et vous avoir une amende."

"Si nous continuons tous à suivre ces règles, alors cette stratégie fonctionnera, nous la contrôlerons, nous pourrons reprendre l'ouverture, nous dépasserons cela."

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a man driving a car: A police officer speaks to a woman looking to enter the Flemington Public housing flats on July 05, 2020 in Melbourne, Australia. © Getty Un officier de police parle à une femme qui cherche à entrer dans les appartements de Flemington Public Housing le 05 juillet 2020 à Melbourne, en Australie.

M. Andrews a déclaré hier que la police ne faisait que suivre les ordres et que seuls ceux qui enfreindraient manifestement les règles seront condamnés à une amende.

"Chaque fois que quelqu'un fait un mauvais choix, la communauté entière en paie potentiellement le prix", a déclaré M. Andrews.

"C'est pourquoi il y a des amendes, des règles, et c'est pourquoi la police de Victoria ne fait pas le ménage."

Il ne reste qu'une seule famille de loups en Californie. La meute Lassen n'avait que 8 chiots. .
Sur huit chiots de cette année, au moins quatre sont des mâles et deux sont des femelles, selon les tests génétiques. Les tests ont établi que le loup mâle adulte noir est le père de cette dernière portée. Des experts tentent de déterminer son pack d'origine, selon le centre. Le pack Lassen est le deuxième groupe confirmé de Californie en près de 100 ans, selon le centre. La meute de Shasta, une famille de sept personnes, a été confirmée en 2015 mais en 2016 avait «mystérieusement disparu».

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