Australia Faces a Second Wave

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        <h2>Australia Faces a Second Wave</h2>      
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    <p>This week has been a stark reminder that the global economy’s fragile recovery faces significant hurdles amid a surge in coronavirus cases from the U.S. to Brazil and India. In Australia, they've seen the biggest one-day increase in infections since mid-April as Victoria grapples to contain outbreaks across Melbourne. Many blame the latest outbreaks (albeit minor in comparison to those seen in Italy and Europe) on the Premier, Daniel Andrews, who has recently been coined 'Chairman Dan' in reference to his perceived heavy-handed approach in handling the crisis. His close ties to China, the CCP and his 'stealth of night' sign of of his State to the China 'Belt and Road' program of borrowing have fueled discontent amongst Victorians.  <a style="background-color: #ffffff;" href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">Read more…………..</a></p>       
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    <p>Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews says he is considering issuing stay-at-home orders and locking down at-risk suburbs after the state recorded 49 new cases of COVID-19 over the past 24 hours.</p>

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