Melbourne’s coronavirus outbreak is showing no signs of slowing down, with another six infections recorded overnight.
All the latest cases are newly reported, and there were no further infections reported in hotel quarantine.
It means the local cluster grows to 60 cases. 67 cases in total, including hotel quarantine infections.
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There was also a massive amount of testing carried out over the last 24 hours, with a whopping 51,000 people coming forward.
Reported yesterday: 6 new local cases and no new cases acquired overseas.
– 20,585 vaccine doses were administered
– 51,033 test results were received
— VicGovDH (@VicGovDH) June 1, 2021
Victorian Authorities will provide more information about the newest cases in today’s press conference later on.
It’s now looking more than likely that the lockdown will be extended through what is supposed to be a long weekend for the state.
There are reports that regional areas may be free from the original lockdown end date at midnight tomorrow.
Those details are expected to be confirmed today after crisis talks were held overnight.
Earlier article: Victorian officials set to announce lockdown extension details today