Four New Covid 19 Cases Confirmed in Melbourne's North
Whittlesea Family Tests Positive
Victorian health officials have announced that four new cases of Covid-19 were recorded in Melbourne’s north on Monday.
Victorian Health Minister Martin Foley confirmed that the four cases were from close family members, split across two households.
Of the Whittlesea family, one member said they believed that they experienced symptoms from May 20th, though they were not tested until May 23rd.
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Foley also confirmed that genomic testing was under way to determine the source of the infection, though authorities were not ruling out a link to the hotel quarantine case from Adelaide.
Victoria’s Chief Health Officer, Brett Sutton, said at the briefing “I have always made the case we should never be complacent… We will always be at risk until we have high vaccination coverage”.
Jump! Swim School in Bundoora and Highpoint Shopping Centre were subsequently listed as exposure sites following the confirmation of the new cases.
For a comprehensive list of Covid 19 exposure sites and Victorian Covid-19 guidelines, please visit https://www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au/
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