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Police threaten Melbourne residents with $5,000 fine for visiting regional Victoria when coronavirus restrictions ease

Victoria Police says a new offence will be created, along with a $4,957 fine, to deter Melbourne residents from trying to head to regional Victoria, where coronavirus restrictions will ease from midnight tonight.
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