Victoria recorded 28 new COVID-19 infections overnight, a significant rebound from yesterday’s multi-month low of 11. However, it recorded only 3 deaths.
The 14-day trend, which is what the Victorian Government is looking at in order to ease Melbourne’s restrictions, has fallen to 32.8:
NSW recorded only 2 new COVID-19 infections, with the trend plummeting:
There remains a gaping gap between NSW and Victoria:
Victoria’s active case count has plummeted to 620, versus 136 in NSW and 16 in QLD:
Victoria’s total infection rate since the pandemic began has climbed to 301.5, versus NSW’s 51.7:
Finally, 766 people have now died in Victoria from COVID-related illnesses, versus only 53 in NSW: