Australia's two greatest cities will close down non-essential administrations within another 48 hours as coronavirus cases rise quickly within the country. Sydney and Melbourne, alongside the capital Canberra, are expected to shut bars and eateries after declarations by state governments.
If the shutdown of non-essential services is not implemented, "our hospitals will be overwhelmed and more Victorians will die," Victoria's state premier Daniel Andrews was quoted as saying by broadcaster ABC.
Seven people have died across Australia so far from Covid-19.
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Lockdowns may be imposed
The modern measures come after huge swarms assembled on Sydney's shorelines counting Bondi on Saturday, ridiculing social separating advice.
Mr. Morrison said the circumstance at Bondi Beach ought to be a "wake up call to require these approaches genuinely" and warned lockdowns can be forced in regions where expansive episodes have occurred. "You have to keep a healthy separation between each other," he said.
"If Australians can't do that on a broad scale, at that point they are denying the governments and the specialists the foremost critical weapon we got to spare lives and to spare jobs, and states and regions will get to take more serious reactions to bargain with that."