Three women in Melbourne have been diagnosed with COVID-19, ending the state’s 61-day streak with no local broadcast

The cases are two women in their forties and one woman in their seventies. They are from Mitcham, Mentone and Hallam. All three were self-isolating and the authorities have tracked and tracked contacts with more than 40 people who were also isolated after being with the women had come into contact

The Victorian government says the cases are believed to be related to the Sydney outbreak, which has so far spread to more than 100 people across NSW

The government has so far issued a health alert for three venues More will follow as contact tracing continues

Victoria’s COVID-19 Response Commander Jeroen Weimar said the active cases are worrying but everything is being done to ensure that all relevant exposure sites and close contacts are identified

“We are so grateful that these people were done the right thing and tested. We always knew that this virus put us in a precarious position and we need to make sure we do everything we can to stamp out further transmissions,” said he

Anyone who from 27 Has been in or visited the Blue Mountains or Wollongong regions until December 11th December time on 31 December at 5 p.m. to Victoria

Anyone intending to return to Victoria from these areas by 11 a.m. A new travel authorization must be applied for at 5:00 p.m. December 23, tested within 24 hours of returning to the state, and quarantined at home for 14 days from the time they last left the region

No one who has visited the Blue Mountains or Wollongong can after 31 Enter Victoria December

Three women tested positive in Victoria and were the first local cases in 61 days The Oxford / AstraZeneca vaccine is expected to be launched in Australia early next year. Follow updates here

The discovery of three new COVID-19 cases has disrupted Victoria’s two-month streak with no local broadcast

Leading epidemiologists have warned of the Australia-India cricket test, which will be conducted with fans in the stands, as the coronavirus outbreak spreads across the city on Sydney’s northern beaches

The UK has approved the vaccine developed by Oxford and AstraZeneca, which is cheaper and easier to store However, there were questions about the results of late-stage studies

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