A second rescue operation is underway for a boat which was the subject of SA’s largest search operation a fortnight ago
Metropolitan Melbourne’s 14-day rolling average has dropped to 32.8 after the state recorded 28 new coronavirus cases and three deaths.
The average needs to stay below 50 for the Victorian Government to lift restrictions next Monday.
The 14 day period for the source of acquisition data ends 48 hours earlier than the 14 day period used to calculate the new case average. This allows for the case interview to have been conducted and an initial determination to made about the source of acquisition.
As each case is further analysed its status may be changed accordingly, particularly from unknown to known source of acquisition.
The two day delay means that this report may differ from the data provided as part of the daily data reporting.
Queensland Deputy Premier and Health Minister Steven Miles said things were looking positive for the state. Here’s what he had to say:
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