Monday I was on holidays and so didn’t go into work.
In Victoria things were beginning to escalate.
People who were in hotel quarantine who refused to get tested were going to be kept in quarantine for another 10 days.
10 suburbs were going into lockdown in Melbourne with only four reasons for people to move in around or enter those postcodes.
Ten suburbs received a testing blitz, Keilor Downs, Broadmeadows, Maidstone, Albanvale, Sunshine West, Brunswick West, Fawkner, Reservoir, Hallam and Pakenham.
There were 70 Australian Defence Force members deployed to help.
Premier Daniel Andrews announced ten postcodes were going into lockdown for the next month.
There would only be with only four reasons for people to leave their homes, for work or school, for caregiving, exercise or to get food or essentials.
In these hotspots gatherings will be limited to family or two people, cafes and restaurants were back to take-away only and gyms, swimming pools, cinemas, playgrounds and community activities were over.
These suburbs were back in lockdown while the rest of the country enjoyed a different way of life.
Hotel quarantines or people returning from overseas were no longer going to be coming into Melbourne.