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Australia Victoria records four new cases of COVID-19

00:41  30 october  2020
00:41  30 october  2020 Source:   9news.com.au

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Victoria has recorded four new cases of COVID-19 today and no lives lost.

People along Bourke Street Mall outside of Myer in Melbourne © AAP People along Bourke Street Mall outside of Myer in Melbourne

The 14 day average in metro areas has increased slightly from 2.4 yesterday, to 2.6 today.

The number of mystery cases has declined, with just two cases without a known link.

The new cases comes two days after Victoria's lockdown ended on midnight on Tuesday.As of yesterday, there were 76 active cases of COVID-19 remaining across the state.

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Victoria has detected 322 new cases of coronavirus and the state recorded 19 deaths in the last 24 hours. Fourteen of those deaths were linked to aged care

The easing of restrictions triggered celebrations across Melbourne with long queues and big crowds seen across the city as thousands celebrated their newfound freedom.

There are also concerns of a new cluster in Melbourne's north after a child who attended an early learning centre tested positive.

The young girl last attended Good Start Early Learning Centre on Plenty Road in Bundoora on October 22.

The child was already in self-isolation after her mother was diagnosed with the virus on October 25.

About a dozen close contacts have been identified, including eight children and four staff.

Health authorities are expected to provide an update on the cluster during today's daily coronavirus update.

Elsewhere in Australia, all eyes are on Queensland's Premier today ahead of her announcement as to whether the state will reopen its borders to NSW on the last day of election campaigning.

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