Victoria recorded new locally acquired cases of coronavirus for eight consecutive days without enrollment.
Numbers released Thursday morning show that the state has zeroed locally acquired cases and did not record new cases in hotel quarantine. 16,533 tests were completed on Wednesday.
The Victoria State Government changed the rules late Wednesday for those who traveled from Queensland to the state in the wake of fear of an outbreak at the Grand Chancellor Hotel.
According to a statement from the Department of Health and Human Services, anyone in Victoria who has completed quarantine at the Grand Chancellor Hotel after December 30 should immediately quarantine and contact the coronavirus hotline.
Those who have been to the Council area of Greater Brisbane, Moreton Bay, Redland, Logan, or Ipswich, which have remained in the “Red Zone” since December 30, will be inspected at home until negative results are obtained. And need to be quarantined.
“Previously, we asked travelers to test if they were in these Queensland areas after January 2, 2021, but this public health advice comes with new information from Queensland health authorities. Changed based on “