Australia has suffered its worst day crown new infections with registration in the State of Victoria 484 new cases and warning numbers could rise further, since the second wave threatens to derail the national economic recovery. Neighbors New South Wales state, 16 new cases were recorded and Queensland one, press the count naturalized over 500 for help and breaking set the previous record of 469 cases, on March 28 during the height of the first outbreak. After the initial success of the virus that Australia is struggling a bit ‘in Victoria, about 5 million people in Melbourne he was forced to return to a six-week suspension. The arrest of the second largest city in the country, accounting for about a quarter of gross domestic product, could prolong the first recession in the country in nearly three decades. The government sees the renewed restrictions imposed by national real GDP growth to decrease to about $3.3 billion ($2.4 billion), or about three-quarters of a percentage point in the quarter in September 2020 Melbourne have seen an increase in the transmission of community missteps quarantined accused compulsory for overseas travelers returned and insufficient search for contacts. The police have hundreds of people fines distributes the lock mockery under which they actually left out for essential work, education, care or home shopping. Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews on Wednesday implored to meet the people, he said that the blockade must be extended if the daily infections do not start to decline. In the two-week period ending July 21, nearly 90% of people isolated not sick ill feeling between the first and take a test, and continue to move more than half for work, shopping or socializing while their results of tests to wait, he said. “If we have people who are tested to stay home and isolate up to achieve their results, then we will, these figures do not see,” said Andrews, which is a drop of 10 points in his approval rating among the first seen in the infections after a Newspoll published this week by the Australian newspaper. Brett Sutton, Chief Health Officer Victoria, warned cases continue to grow 500-600 per day. However, there are no immediate plans to tighten restrictions or impose a new Zealand stylelockdown, closed factories, schools and most businesses. The national government is looking to the economy that prolonged Victoria burst closure of borders and drag for operations. The Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced Tuesday that the government pumped in another $20 billion to support jobs. Treasurer Josh Frydenberg will provide an economic and fiscal update Thursday, where he is expected to unveil the largest budget outbreak since World War II.