Australians Adjust To Life During Coronavirus Pandemic

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 29: Housemates Loni Thomson (left) and Nick Mckinlay (right) watch a projected live streamed performance by Musician Courtney Barnett as part of Isol-Aid on March 29, 2020 in Melbourne, Australia. The second weekend of the online music festival was organised in response to the increasing restrictions on travel and gatherings amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Organised by Melbourne booker and musician Emily Ulman, musician Merpire (Rhiannon Atkinson-Howatt) and artist manager Shannen Egan, Isol-Aid aims to bring the music community together. Performances are live streamed on each artists' Instagram page, with viewers able to click over and musicians hand over online between sets. Australians are facing increasing restrictions as the federal government works to stop the spread of COVID-19. Indoor gatherings have been banned, which has seen the closure of all live music venues, bars, clubs and nightclubs while Australians must now observe social distance measures when in public. All Australians are now expected to stay at home except for essential outings such as work, grocery shopping and medical appointments. Exercising outdoors alone is still permitted. (Photo by Asanka Ratnayake/Getty Images)
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 29: Housemates Loni Thomson (left) and Nick Mckinlay (right) watch a projected live streamed performance by Musician Courtney Barnett as part of Isol-Aid on March 29, 2020 in Melbourne, Australia. The second weekend of the online music festival was organised in response to the increasing restrictions on travel and gatherings amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Organised by Melbourne booker and musician Emily Ulman, musician Merpire (Rhiannon Atkinson-Howatt) and artist manager Shannen Egan, Isol-Aid aims to bring the music community together. Performances are live streamed on each artists' Instagram page, with viewers able to click over and musicians hand over online between sets. Australians are facing increasing restrictions as the federal government works to stop the spread of COVID-19. Indoor gatherings have been banned, which has seen the closure of all live music venues, bars, clubs and nightclubs while Australians must now observe social distance measures when in public. All Australians are now expected to stay at home except for essential outings such as work, grocery shopping and medical appointments. Exercising outdoors alone is still permitted. (Photo by Asanka Ratnayake/Getty Images)
Australians Adjust To Life During Coronavirus Pandemic
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