Shane Warne visits the shops in Melbourne during the city's second lockdown

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Shane Warne visits the shops in Melbourne during the city's second lockdown

Shane Warne looks downcast as he picks up supplies in Melbourne during the city's second lockdownBy Mary Mrad For Daily Mail Australia

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Shane Warne looks downcast as he picks up supplies in Melbourne during the city’s second lockdown

Shane Warne visited his local shops during Melbourne’s lockdown on Monday.

The 50-year-old cricketer kept warm in track pants, a white T-shirt and black jacket as he stepped out to purchase items.

The sports star accessorised his casual ensemble with a pair of black canvas shoes for the outing.

Comfort: Shane Warne (pictured) kept warm in a jacket and track pants as he visited the shops in Melbourne during the city's second lockdown on Monday

Comfort: Shane Warne (pictured) kept warm in a jacket and track pants as he visited the shops in Melbourne during the city’s second lockdown on Monday

He held his phone, car keys and a small white bottle in his hand as he walked over to his black Mercedes after his shopping trip.

Shane is isolating in his Melbourne mansion amid the coronavirus pandemic.

In March, he showed off his lavish home where he was self-quarantining with his family.

Shopping trip: He held his phone, car keys and a small white bottle in his hand as he walked over to his car after his shopping trip

Shopping trip: He held his phone, car keys and a small white bottle in his hand as he walked over to his car after his shopping trip

He gave a tour of the property on Fox League, and revealed his mansion has its own nightclub area downstairs.

Last week, Melbourne were forced under stage three restrictions for six weeks after community transmissions of COVID-19 in Victoria skyrocketed in recent weeks.

The reimposed lockdown measures mean people can only leave their homes for four essential purposes including groceries, daily exercise, to give or receive care and to go to school or work.

Pandemic: Shane is currently isolating in his Melbourne mansion with his family amid the coronavirus pandemic

Pandemic: Shane is currently isolating in his Melbourne mansion with his family amid the coronavirus pandemic

On Sunday, Victoria recorded 278 new cases of coronavirus – a seventh consecutive day of triple digit rises, with the national death toll rising to 108 after a man in his 70s passed away.

By contrast, Queensland reported another day of no new cases on Sunday. Three people are currently battling COVID-19.

New South Wales recorded five new cases to 8pm on Saturday, but authorities have been concerned about community transmission. 

Isolating: In March, Shane showed off his lavish home where he was self-quarantining with his family

Isolating: In March, Shane showed off his lavish home where he was self-quarantining with his family

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