Victoria has recorded its lowest amount of coronavirus infections in three months, with just 28 new cases overnight.
It’s the lowest daily infection since June 24, before strict lockdown measures came into place.
It comes after yesterday’s announcement that the state had finally got below 1,000 active cases.
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While the fourteen day rolling average now sits comfortably below 50.
There’s also been another eight deaths reported overnight, bringing the state’s death toll to 745.
The national toll now sits at 832.
Victoria’s Premier Dan Andrews and health officials will provide further advice later this morning.
#COVID19VicData: Yesterday there were 28 new cases reported and 8 lives lost. Our thoughts are with all affected. The 14 day rolling average is down from yesterday as we move toward COVID Normal.
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— VicGovDHHS (@VicGovDHHS) September 16, 2020