Coronavirus Australia Updates: Melbourne’s 14-day virus rolling average drops below 30, city ‘on track’ to ease restrictions

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Coronavirus Australia Updates: Melbourne's 14-day virus rolling average drops below 30, city 'on track' to ease restrictions
Coronavirus Australia Updates: Melbourne's 14-day virus rolling average drops below 30, city 'on track' to ease restrictions

Victoria has recorded 15 new cases of coronavirus and five deaths, with the 14-day rolling case average for Melbourne now below 30.

Premier Daniel Andrews says Melbourne is now on track to further ease restrictions this weekend, with an announcement to be made on Sunday.

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Today’s new infections include 10 linked to known outbreaks and five under investigation.

There were four infections linked to aged care at facilities Baptcare Wyndham Lodge, Estia Keilor, Japara Elanora and Edenvale Manor.

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While four were linked to existing outbreaks at the Alfred Hospital and Dandenong Police Station.

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Two of those were linked to complex cases which remain under investigation.

A total of five other cases are also under investigation.

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