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Bec Judd blames 'a very small minority' for Melbourne's COVID-19 resurgence 

‘It’s so disappointing’: Rebecca Judd blames ‘a very small minority’ for Melbourne’s COVID-19 resurgence

Rebecca Judd has shared her opinion on Melbourne heading back into lockdown due to a resurgence in the COVID-19 pandemic. 

On Tuesday, the 37-year-old model shared a meme to Instagram Stories, showing a map of Australia which showed different states stamped with the words ‘thank you for doing the right thing’.

Only Victoria was left out of the praise, with the words ‘not you’ written across the state instead.  

Opinions: Rebecca Judd (pictured) shared her opinion on Melbourne heading back into lockdown due to a resurgence in the COVID-19 pandemic. On Tuesday, the 37-year-old model shared a meme to Instagram Stories that suggested Victoria had not done'the right thing'

Opinions: Rebecca Judd (pictured) shared her opinion on Melbourne heading back into lockdown due to a resurgence in the COVID-19 pandemic. On Tuesday, the 37-year-old model shared a meme to Instagram Stories that suggested Victoria had not done ‘the right thing’ 

She wrote along the bottom of the meme: ‘This gave me the laugh I needed tonight’ but added some sombre thoughts on the topic. 

‘But seriously, thinking of all Melburnians. Especially the millions of us who have been doing the right thing since March,’ she wrote. 

‘It’s so disappointing we find ourselves in this position because of a very small minority. 

She wrote along the bottom of the meme:'This gave me the laugh I needed tonight' but added some sombre thoughts on the topic. 'It's so disappointing we find ourselves in this position because of a very small minority

She wrote along the bottom of the meme: ‘This gave me the laugh I needed tonight’ but added some sombre thoughts on the topic

‘Melbourne is still the best city in the world, just not for the next 6 weeks! Look after each other,’ Bec concluded.   

The whole of Melbourne and Mitchell Shire north of the city will be placed back into lock down for six weeks from midnight on Wednesday after Victoria recorded 191 new cases of coronavirus – its worst figure yet.

Residents will be only allowed to leave their homes for work and study, giving or receiving care, shopping for essentials and daily exercise near where they live.

Unhappy:'It's so disappointing we find ourselves in this position because of a very small minority' Rebecca wrote

Unhappy: ‘It’s so disappointing we find ourselves in this position because of a very small minority’ Rebecca wrote 

Police will stop Victorians leaving or entering Melbourne with roadblocks and booze bus-style vehicle checks, effectively sealing 5million people inside the city.  

Panic-buying customers flocked to Coles and Woolworths supermarkets in Melbourne before the lockdown measures came into play.  

Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt suggested Victoria’s horror second wave could have been avoided, while an infectious disease expert said the outbreak could ‘definitely’ spread to other parts of the country.

She added:'Thinking of all Melburnians. Especially the millions of us who have been doing the right thing since March'

She added: ‘Thinking of all Melburnians. Especially the millions of us who have been doing the right thing since March’ 

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