What we know about Australia’s coronavirus shut down.

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Speaking in Canberra tonight, Prime Minister Scott Morrison ordered clubs, pubs, churches and cinemas to close in a bid to limit the spread of the coronavirus.

The Prime Minister and state and territory leaders on Sunday agreed that from noon on Monday there would be new restrictions on a range of indoor venues, with the following closed: pubs, clubs, licensed venues within hotels, gyms, indoor sporting venues, entertainment venues, cinemas, casinos, restaurants and cafes will be restricted to “takeaway only”, churches and other places of worship. Hairdressers and beauticians will remain open.

“We now need to take action because we cannot have the confidence as a group of leaders that the social distancing guidelines and rules that we have put in place won’t be followed to the level of compliance that we require to flatten the curve and slow the spread and save lives,”…

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