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Rebecca Judd urges Melbourne's suburban coronavirus hotspots to enforce lockdown

Rebecca Judd has urged Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews to enforce lockdown measures in Melbourne’s suburban coronavirus hotspots immediately.

Sharing an article to her Instagram Stories on Tuesday, the AFL WAG backed Health Minister Brad Hazzard’s call for certain areas to take extra precautions that would lead to ‘short-term pain’ but ‘long-term gain’.

The 36-year-old, who lives in Brighton, pleaded: ‘As a Victorian, I would like to see Melbourne hotspot suburbs put into lockdown as well.’ 

'Long-term gain': Rebecca Judd has urged Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews to enforce lockdown measures in Melbourne's suburban coronavirus hotspots immediately

‘Long-term gain’: Rebecca Judd has urged Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews to enforce lockdown measures in Melbourne’s suburban coronavirus hotspots immediately

Rebecca added: ‘Not sure what @danielandrewsmp is waiting for? Hundreds more cases? The whole of Victoria to become reinfected? Short term pain, long term gain.’

This comes after Australia recorded 85 new coronavirus cases on Monday – with 75 of them being in Victoria, seven in New South Wales and three in South Australia. 

Alarming new data has revealed Victoria’s coronavirus infections have reached figures not seen since early April – and they’re coming from within.

Having her say: Sharing an article to Instagram, the footy WAG backed Health Minister Brad Hazzard's call for certain areas to take extra precautions that would lead to 'long-term gain'

Having her say: Sharing an article to Instagram, the footy WAG backed Health Minister Brad Hazzard’s call for certain areas to take extra precautions that would lead to ‘long-term gain’

Spike: This comes after Australia recorded 85 new coronavirus cases on Monday - with 75 of them being in Victoria, seven in New South Wales and three in South Australia. Pictured:  Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews

Spike: This comes after Australia recorded 85 new coronavirus cases on Monday – with 75 of them being in Victoria, seven in New South Wales and three in South Australia. Pictured:  Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews

In March, Dan Andrews was applauded for his strong and powerful presence when it came to enforcing social distancing restrictions to help eliminate COVID-19. 

However, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has now urged Victoria to issue shutdown orders once again or risk the coronavirus outbreak in the state getting even worse.

Suburbs such as Maidstone, Albanvale, Sunshine West, Hallam and Brunswick West could potentially face stay-at-home orders.

Family: Rebecca is married to retired AFL player Chris Judd. The couple share four children, son Oscar, eight, daughter Billie, six, and three-year-old twin boys Tom and Darcy (all pictured)

Family: Rebecca is married to retired AFL player Chris Judd. The couple share four children, son Oscar, eight, daughter Billie, six, and three-year-old twin boys Tom and Darcy (all pictured)








Rebecca is married to retired AFL player Chris Judd.

The couple share four children, son Oscar, eight, daughter Billie, six, and three-year-old twin boys Tom and Darcy.

Originally hailing from Perth, she has lived in Melbourne for more than a decade. 

'I think I saw a vagina': Speaking to 9Honey in November 2019, Bec said she guessed she was having a girl after going for a scan while pregnant with Billie

‘I think I saw a vagina’: Speaking to 9Honey in November 2019, Bec said she guessed she was having a girl after going for a scan while pregnant with Billie

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