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‘A concerning development’: Western Australia records one new locally-acquired coronavirus case

In Western Australia, one new local coronavirus infection was recorded in a woman who had short contact with a previous case.

Prime Minister Mark Magawan said a 32-year-old woman had visited Jim in Perth and had minimal contact with previously known incidents of a Western Australian woman visiting Sydney. I will.

McGowan has also released many potential exposure sites such as gyms, dog grooming centers and supermarkets.

“This is a development of concern. It shows how quickly this variant spreads,” said Premier.

Health officials are currently tracking known intimate and casual contacts of women.

They have identified 114 close contacts for travelers who have already returned, 27 of whom have returned a negative COVID-19 test so far.

Regarding workers returning from the Northern Territory mine, McGowan said 177 people on the scene were identified and quarantined during the infection.

So far, 149 has been negatively tested for what Premier described as a promising result.

A new virus incident in Washington occurred after the state announced stronger border restrictions on the Northern Territory, Queensland, and ACT.

From 6 pm on Sunday, travelers from these jurisdictions are considered “low” risk. This means that you will have to be tested and self-quarantined for 14 days after arriving in Washington.

A strict border was re-imposed in Western Australia on Wednesday for residents of New South Wales, which is currently blocked by the expansion of the Bondi cluster.

Place of origin‘A concerning development’: Western Australia records one new locally-acquired coronavirus case

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