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Australia tracking fresh COVID-19 cluster in
Melbourne linked to Sydney outbreak

 

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Australian authorities are rushing to สมัครslotxo track close contacts of several positive
COVID-19 cases in Victoria linked to Sydney's Delta variant outbreak, amid concerns
of a major flare-up in infections and further tough restrictions.

 

Dozens of new venues in Melbourne including a shopping centre, two public transport
routes and a sporting club were listed late on Wednesday (Jul 14) as virus-exposed
locations, adding pressure on authorities to tighten restrictions.

 

On Wednesday, mandatory mask rules indoors were reintroduced for Victoria's more
than 6 million residents after the state recorded 10 new cases. No new cases were
reported on Thursday.

 

Curbs on home gatherings and limits for patrons in indoor venues are being
considered by the state's authorities, Australian media reported on Thursday.

 

Australia is battling to contain an outbreak of the highly infectious Delta virus strain
in its largest city, Sydney. The virus crossed borders into Victoria and
South Australia after an infectious team of furniture movers from Sydney visited
both states for work.

 

In South Australia, authorities have identified a third venue visited by the workers,
while two regional towns in New South Wales (NSW), including one near the border
with Victoria and about 500km southwest of Sydney, were on alert after the team
stopped at service stations.

 

In NSW, authorities extended a lockdown in state capital Sydney on Wednesday by
at least 14 days after three weeks of initial restrictions failed to quash the country's
biggest outbreak of COVID-19 this year.



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