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Australia Victoria records zero new Covid cases

03:05  22 june  2021
03:05  22 june  2021 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Victoria has recorded four new positive COVID -19 cases , with two announced by health authorities on Sunday and a further two connected with an aged care facility in Melbourne's west revealed later. Key points Two positive cases in addition to those revealed by Victorian health authorities have been confirmed by aged care facility Arcare Maidstone. They are a 79-year-old resident and an agency registered nurse. The resident had two doses of the Pfizer vaccine and is asymptomatic but will be transferred to hospital for public health reasons.

Victoria has recorded zero new coronavirus cases from 8,277 test results. After beginning with 20 people in Sydney yesterday, the national rollout today began in earnest, with thousands of doses starting to be administered across the country . Monash Health medical director for infection prevention Rhonda Stuart was the first recipient in Melbourne, shortly after 7:30am. "I'm really proud to be getting this vaccine and starting the next chapter as our work against COVID ," Professor Stuart said. "And now our aim is to get all the healthcare workers vaccinated, and then out to the public as well."

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Victoria has recorded zero new local Covid infections on Tuesday as tourists from the state are welcomed back into New Zealand from tomorrow after the easing of government restrictions.

Jacinda Ardern's government halted the trans-Tasman bubble last month in response to Melbourne's latest Covid-19 outbreak.

With new community case numbers slowing to a trickle, the Ministry of Health has given the green light for travel to resume.

The Health Ministry's statement says it is encouraged by a lack of new Delta variant cases, large testing numbers and wastewater sampling.

Victoria records zero new cases of coronavirus

  Victoria records zero new cases of coronavirus The Victorian Health Department confirmed there were only three new infections in hotel quarantine on Tuesday morning, and no cases of community transmission. But popular retailers Strandbags and Sketchers in Melbourne's CBD have been added to the list of exposure sites following two new local cases on Monday.Both stores are located in the Spencer Outlet Centre in Docklands.An infected shopper visited the Strandbags store on May 18 between 12.00pm-12.25pm, while another attended Sketchers on the same day from 12.10pm-12.40pm.

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No new cases but more positives may emerge: Foley. One new overseas-acquired case was recorded in hotel quarantine. Victorian Health Minister Martin Foley said "we may well see" more positive cases , as thousands of close contacts are still in quarantine. "We shouldn't rule that out," he said. Mr Foley said he would expect restrictions to lift further next Friday "on current trends". Victoria 's COVID testing commander Jeroen Weimar said testing close contacts who had been at exposure sites was ongoing, but all results in recent days had come back negative.

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New Zealand's move is perhaps surprising, given its ultra-cautious approach to first removing the quarantine requirement from trans-Tasman travellers.

New South Wales first scrapped quarantine for Kiwis in October last year.

It was not until six months later, in April this year, that New Zealand reciprocated.

In allowing regular travel, it is re-opening to Victoria ahead of all Australian states except for New South Wales.

Western Australia, South Australia, Tasmania and Queensland all have varying degrees of restriction on Victorians heading across their borders.

Some restrictions still apply for would-be trans-Tasman travellers.

People who have visited a location of interest - where a potentially infected person has also travelled - in any state must not travel to New Zealand within 14 days of visiting that site.

The move means the trans-Tasman bubble is fully operational for the first time since May 25.

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