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Australia to consider next Friday easing of coronavirus containment measures

Reuters Friday, 1 May 2020
Australia will consider next Friday whether to relax coronavirus-related mobility restrictions, as the growth rate of new infections slows, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Friday following a national cabinet meeting.
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