Canberra recorded 13 new local Covid-19 infections as the metropolitan area overlooked a four-week extension of the blockade.
Canberra recorded 13 new Covid-19 cases acquired locally, bringing the total number of outbreaks in the capital to 541.
Of the 13 new cases, 5 were quarantined throughout the period of infection and 8 were transmitted to the community.
Eight of the submissions are associated with existing cases and five are under investigation.
ACT Prime Minister Andrew Barr confirmed that seven Canberans are currently hospitalized in Covid-19, including one in a ventilated intensive care unit.
The blockade of the capital was extended for another four weeks on Tuesday. This is due to the continuing number of cases of Covid-19. The restrictions have been set to be relaxed on October 15th.
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