Fewer coronavirus cases in Melbourne and South Korea as Japan travel increases

Fewer coronavirus cases in Melbourne and South Korea as Japan travel increases

Police sweep through a park to break up an anti-lockdown protest in Melbourne on Saturday. Photo: AFPPolice sweep through a park to break up an anti-lockdown protest in Melbourne on Saturday. Photo: AFP

Police sweep through a park to break up an anti-lockdown protest in Melbourne on Saturday. Photo: AFP

  • Australia virus epicentre state says new cases drop to three-month low
  • India expected to surpass the US as the worst-hit country within weeks

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Updated: 10:38pm, 20 Sep, 2020

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