NSW becomes Australia’s COVID-19 hotspot

Australia recorded only 11 new COVID-19 infections overnight:

However, only three were locally acquired with the rest overseas acquired in hotel quarantine:

Victoria recorded zero community transmissions for the fifth consecutive day:

And Melbourne’s 14-day average has plunged to only 1.7:

NSW, by contrast, recorded 3 local infections and 6 over the past five days:

Total active cases nationally have fallen to just 128, with around 40% of those overseas acquired in hotel quarantine:

Finally, Victoria’s active cases have plunged to only 30, well below NSW’s 51:

NSW is now Australia’s COVID-19 ‘hotspot’; albeit with negligible infection rates.

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