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The West Australian premier, Mark McGowan, has announced a four-day lockdown in Perth and the Peel region designed to contain the spread of the Delta variant of Covid-19, after three cases of community transmission were reported.
The Northern Territory has announced a 72-hour lockdown for Darwin until Friday 2 July, 1pm, and a 72-hour lockdown of Alice Springs and nearby communities from 1pm NT time, Wednesday 30 June, until Saturday 3 July.
Read the original article at The Guardian