(HIST30060) lockdown lasting much longer than two weeks

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(HIST30060) lockdown lasting much longer than two weeks

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Back at the start of the pandemic, everyone thought we would locked down and at home for about 2 weeks, and then things would start getting back to normal. Little did we know that 9 months down the track would countries still be going into lockdowns and others having lighter restrictions. As the weeks went on and the case numbers kept rising, the level of restrictions increased as did the number of weeks we were in lockdown (Melbourne is just now slowly coming out of a 15 week lockdown, one of the longest in the world).

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This item was submitted on November 4, 2020 by Ciara Harrison using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”:

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