With Melbourne becoming the COVID-19 epicentre of Australia, the city is cut off from the rest of the state and country as the second wave spreads across the city.
Masks became mandatory last Thursday and the defence force has been called in to keep order and ensures that the killer virus is kept in check.
Here’s what the city looks like as the battle against COVID-19 continues.
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People are seen wearing masks in the Botanic Gardens in Melbourne, Sunday, 26 July, 2020. Photo: AAP
ADF personnel and a Victorian Department of Human Services officer are seen doorknocking houses in St Albans, Melbourne. Photo: AAP
A cyclist is seen wearing a mask along the Yarra River in Melbourne. Photo:AAP
ADF personnel and Victorian police officers are seen patrolling the Tan walking track in Melbourne, Sunday. Photo: AAP
ADF personnel and Victorian police officers are seen patrolling the Botanic Gardens in Melbourne. Photo:AAP
People are seen with face masks in the Botanic Gardens in Melbourne. Photo: AAP