Victoria is on its way to two weeks straight of no new coronavirus cases, and zero active infections.
It’s now been 11 days of no new cases or deaths, despite restrictions continuing to relax within Melbourne.
There are still just four infections still considered active around the whole state, which is less than Queensland and New South Wales totals.
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Only one infection remains a mystery.
As the state nears the two week mark of no new infections or deaths, pressure is ramping up on other states to decide when they’ll consider opening their borders to Victoria.
Queensland’s rule has been for ‘hotspots’ to show they’ve gone 28 days without unlinked community transmission.
While, New South Wales has already announced they’ll reopen to Victoria on November 23.
Yesterday there were 0 new cases and 0 lives lost reported. There are 4 active cases, 1 with unknown source. Thanks to everyone who was tested – there were 12,955 results received yesterday. More info: https://t.co/pcll7ySEgz #COVID19Vic #COVID19VicData #StaySafeStayOpen pic.twitter.com/2UkxchGUZK
— VicGovDH (@VicGovDH) November 9, 2020