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Old 04-08-2020, 11:59 AM
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I can just see the headlines now- “Local astronomer cops astronomical fine for breaking night time curfew in backyard! “
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Hmmm, not sure of that. I thought the rule is not to leave home. I imagine that the back yard is part of 'home'. In my 'real' backyard I am a long way from the neighbours, especially as they retreat indoors once the sun sets, but I suppose if you had one of those fenced picnic blankets that pass for backyards in new estates you might be too near to the neighbours when outdoors.
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Daniel Andrews is expected to announce a permit system for Greater Melbourne, requiring people to show papers to authorities when they’re out and about.

The Victorian Premier has flagged the idea as the capital enters a strict stage four lockdown in a bid to slow the rapid spread of coronavirus.


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https://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/he...49e8f05a775ee8

They did this in some European countries and it worked.
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Stage 4 is guaranteed to work. If we all stay home and don’t leave the house to get tested, the numbers are sure to come down
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This damn virus has cut my social interaction by at least 3%.
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They did this in some European countries and it worked.
At this stage it is the only viable option we have. It's a difficult juggling act between locking everything and trying to avoid population frustration. We're lucky we have a astro hobby.
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