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Coronavirus Victoria: Have your say on the state of lockdown

Victorians in lockdown are waiting patiently for good news as coronavirus cases remain stubborn and stalled in low double figures.There were 12 new COVID-19 cases recorded again on Tuesday, bringing metropolitan Melbourne’s 14-day average to 10.It is a long way from the number Premier Daniel Andrews told Victorians was required to reopen under step three…

Victorians in lockdown are waiting patiently for good news as coronavirus cases remain stubborn and stalled in low double figures.

There were 12 new COVID-19 cases recorded again on Tuesday, bringing metropolitan Melbourne’s 14-day average to 10.

It is a long way from the number Premier Daniel Andrews told Victorians was required to reopen under step three of the state’s pandemic roadmap.

But the Premier has indicated some restrictions could still be eased on October 19 despite Melbourne not reaching the threshold of less than five new cases per day for 14 days.

Under questioning at Tuesday’s press conference, he told reporters that current numbers might be “as good as it gets”.

We want to know how Victorians feel about the current state of lockdown. Take part in our survey below.

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Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak

Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a respiratory illness that can spread from person to person. The virus that causes COVID-19 is a novel coronavirus.