Coronavirus live news: Melbourne lockdown extended; anti-mask protests held in Europe

Anger continues to build over prime minister’s handling of coronavirus crisis and corruption allegationsThousands of Israelis protested outside the official residence of prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Saturday night, pressing ahead with a months-long campaign demanding he resign.Demonstrators

This job, the honour thatI have two lead our state, is about making tough calls, but it’s also about being accountable, and I am100% accountable for where we find ourselves, but equally, I’m accountable for getting us to the other side of this. Demonstrators have been protesting against Netanyahu’s handling of the coronavirus crisis, which has led to soaring unemployment, and believe he should step down while on trial for corruption charges. But, ah, we can’t change that. We can’t simply wish that away. State premier Daniel Andrews extends lockdown by two weeks; Victoria reports 63 new cases and five deaths; thousands attend protests against coronavirus measures in Croatia and Italy. Follow the latest updatesWhy Australia’s Covid jobs crisis could last yearsCovid-19 ‘could be endemic in deprived parts of England’Kamala Harris says she wouldn’t trust Trump on safety of Covid vaccine before electionSee all our coronavirus coverage 4.04am BST Back to Victorian premier Daniel Andrews: First thing, I apologise for the circumstances we find ourselves in. I apologise for the reality we find ourselves in. And, pretending it’s over, because we wanted to be, that is not something I will do. That is not leadership.

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