Concerned residents came to the COVID-19 test on a drive in a region of Victoria after being accused of causing an outbreak by an infected truck driver from Melbourne.
The man was referred to police for violating restrictions and withholding information from authorities. His infection was associated with the Chadstone Shopping Center Cluster. However, the driver told authorities that he had not been instructed to quarantine on September 30 after his family tested positive for COVID-19.
Professor Brett Sutton, Chief Health Officer, said it was “significant” for people infected with COVID-19 to be honest about their work with health authorities.
“We really emphasize how important it is,” he said. You will find it. “
With yesterday’s new infection, Melbourne’s 14-day average case average was 9.6. Of the seven new cases in the state, three were associated with Sheparton clusters and four were under investigation at Metropolitan Melbourne.
There are eight activity cases in Victoria, three in Shepparton, five in Mitchell Shire, and related to the Kilmore cluster.
The five deaths included one woman in her 70s, two men in her 80s, and two women in her 90s. The deaths of four were associated with the occurrence of elderly care.
There are 23 Victorian people in the hospital, no one receiving intensive care.