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By the Associated Press

MELBOURNE, Australia – Australia’s second largest city, Melbourne, has eased blocking restrictions as the new and active COVID-19 continues to fall.

From midnight on Sunday, Melbourne residents will no longer face restrictions on the time they can spend away from their homes for education or recreation. Previous restrictions allowing Melburnians to travel only 5 kilometers (3 miles) from home will be increased to midnight to 25 kilometers (15 miles).

Outdoor gatherings of up to 10 people from two families will be allowed and golf and tennis can resume.

State Victoria reported only two new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday and no deaths. The 14-day average of cases dropped to eight, the lowest in four months.

There were only 137 active cases across Victoria State on Sunday with 12 people receiving hospital treatment, none in intensive care.

The regulations will be further released on November 2 with the partial reopening of shops, bars and restaurants.



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– Chancellor Angela Merkel has called on Germans to unite as they did in the spring to slow the spread of the coronavirus as the country posted another daily record of new cases.

– Iran has the death toll from the coronavirus has passed the historic moment of 30,000, in what has been the worst outbreak in the Middle region.

– Europe’s economy was breathing in what had been the sharpest recession in modern history. A resurgence in coronavirus cases this month is a bitter blow that is likely to turn what was thought to be a recovery period for the economy into a weak winter of job losses and bankruptcies.


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The Navajo Nation, which spans Arizona, New Mexico and Utah, reported 53 new cases of coronavirus and no new deaths on Saturday.

The total number of cases in booking is now 10,913. The total number of deaths remains at 571.


FAIRBANKA, Alaska – State officials say a coronavirus outbreak has infected 33 inmates at a Fairbanks jail, putting the facility in quarantine for 14 days.

The Alaska Department of Corrections says 32 of the cases at the Fairbanks Correctional Center are men and one is a woman. All infected were housed in the general population.

The other inmates are being tested for coronavirus, with results expected Monday. Coronavirus inmates are being isolated in a separate prison unit.

The facility serves in northern Alaska and has male and female inmates, some of whom are serving sentences and others awaiting trial.


Pennsylvania is reporting 1,857 new cases of COVID-19, the second-highest daily number since the pandemic began, days after officials said the commune was seeing a “rebirth of the coronavirus”.

The numbers reported Saturday by the state health department exceed only 1,989 cases reported on April 9, bringing the total nationwide to almost 181,000. Nine new deaths were reported, bringing the total number of virus-related deaths to 8,466.

On Wednesday, the state health secretary pronounced Pennsylvania “early in reviving the fall” of COVID-19 but said there were no plans to reinstate a stay-at-home order or close businesses again in response.

Dr. Rachel Levine said Pennsylvania is better prepared for such an influx than it was in the spring, citing a contact tracking program, more personal protective equipment and ample hospital beds available.


OKLAHOMA CITY – The number of coronavirus hospitalizations remained close to a record high in Oklahoma on Saturday as the number of reported cases rose to 1,195 and deaths rose to 14.

About 792 people were hospitalized, the State Department of Health said Saturday, less than the one-day record of 793 reported Friday. A total of 106,503 cases have been reported since the pandemic began in March and 1,168 deaths due to COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus.

The department said there were 8,272 new cases of coronavirus during the week ending Thursday, a 15% increase from last week, and 58 additional deaths from the previous week due to COVID-19.


INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana’s daily average of new coronavirus infections continued to rise to record levels with Saturday’s update by state health officials, who also added 31 more COVID-19 deaths to the state tax.

The state health department daily update showed Indiana’s seven-day average of newly confirmed COVID-19 infections reached 1,799 as of Friday. This is the highest level the state has seen during the pandemic and has doubled in the last three weeks.

2,521 new infections reported on Saturday, a daily high, marking the second straight day that the figure reached 2,000 in a single day. The health department said the number was inflated by about 100 cases that were not previously included due to technical issues. Newly recorded deaths raise Indiana death toll to 3,918, including confirmed and suspected coronavirus infections, according to the health department.

Gov. Eric Holcomb cited rising cases Wednesday when he said he would extend the nationwide mask mandate for another month. Holcomb punished those who resist wearing masks as a disregard for the safety of others.


NEW YORK – Cinemas in New York State could reopen starting next Friday with audience size restrictions and other precautions, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Saturday.

Theaters in New York City are not included and counties should have a positivity rate below 2% on a 14-day average and have no “gathering areas.”

Audiences will be limited to 25% of capacity with a maximum of 50 people per screen, Cuomo said at his conference. Masks will be required and seats will be assigned to ensure social distancing.

This week, the Global Cinema Federation sent an open letter to Cuomo urging him to leave the reopening halls, saying Hollywood studios could continue to delay their remaining releases in 2020 if theaters remain closed. The group asked Cuomo to approve a circuit plan for theater openings based on virus records, similar to what Gov. said. California Gavin Newsom has done.

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