Zero new COVID-19 cases recorded with SA cluster under control

Australia recorded 8 new COVID-19 infections overnight; however these were returned travellers in hotel quarantine:

Importantly, there were zero new locally transmitted cases, with South Australia seemingly getting their outbreak under control after isolating 4,000 people and implementing a full 6-day lockdown:

Australia now has 96 active COVID-19 cases, of which 45 are locally acquired:

South Australia leads the local infection count, with 23 active cases remaining:

NSW has 19 active local cases:

And Victoria has only 3 remaining active cases:

Great news.

Unconventional Economist

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