The Australian city of Sydney has gone into a two-week lockdown after a rise in the number of coronavirus cases.
More than one million people in central and eastern suburbs were already under restrictions imposed on Friday following a jump in cases.
The lockdown now covers the whole city and some surrounding areas, and is extended from one week to two.
More than 80 cases of the highly infectious Delta variant have been confirmed in the city in recent days.
New South Wales state Premier Gladys Berejiklian said stay-at-home orders would be in place until 9 July for all of Greater Sydney - with a population of about five million - and the surrounding regions of Blue Mountains, Central Coast and Wollongong.