Virus sets off new school closures in Australia

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Australia’s Victoria state has recorded 17 new cases of COVID-19, resulting in the closing of two primary schools in Melbourne.

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Last weekend, Andrews said large family gatherings had been the catalyst for the virus taking off again in some areas after lockdown rules were eased.

In the national capital Canberra, Health Minister Greg Hunt says Australia’s borders will remain closed for “a very significant” amount of time.“For the time being we are an island sanctuary,” he told Australian Broadcasting Corp. radio.In other developments around the Asia-Pacific region:

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