Dima Abdu, 21, is now under the same stage three restrictions as the rest of Melbourne.(Supplied: Dima Abdu)ShareFacebookTwitterArticle share optionsShare this onFacebookTwitterLinkedInSend this byEmailMessengerCopy linkWhatsAppPrint contentPrint with images and other mediaPrint text onlyPrintCancelWhile the final Melbourne public housing tower has been released from strict coronavirus quarantine, tenant Dima Abdu says residents will continue playing it safe and mainly remain in their units.Key points:About one-third of the tower's residents have either contracted COVID-19 or are the close contacts of a positive caseContact tracing teams are still investigating cases across the public housing estatesIn the fortnight since the public housing lockdown began, tougher restrictions have been imposed on MelbourneA fortnight after they were placed under "hard lockdown" alongside eight other public housing estates, residents of 33 Alfred Street, North Melbourne returned to the same restrictions as the rest of the city overnight.The nine towers were shut down due to a concerning rise in COVID-19 infections, which had health officials concerned about the "explosive potential" for the virus to spread in the blocks.Eight of the estates returned to stage three stay-at-home orders on July 9, but a worrying number of cases at Alfred Street saw the restrictions there extended.Residents have only been allowed to leave for medical or compassionate reasons or for police-monitored exercise."There's a sense of relief," said Ms Abdu, a biomedical science student."I think the cabin fever was really, really setting in."Now, those who have returned a negative coronavirus test can leave for the same four reasons as the rest of metropolitan Melbourne: shopping for essential supplies, exercise, medical care or caregiving and work or education where it cannot be done from home."I think that people who really need to get out will be getting out, so people who need to see specialist doctors, people who need to go to their appointments, get their medication," Ms Abdu said.Coronavirus latest: Follow all the latest information in our COVID-19 updates story. About a third of the Alfred Street block will remain in quarantine after potentially being exposed to the virus.(ABC News: Simon Winter)But Ms Abdu said from her conversations, most people would just "play it safe and stay in"."We're more focused on,
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