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As it happened: Victoria records just 11 COVID-19 cases; NSW on high alert after taxi driver worked while infected as Australian death toll jumps to 851 – The Sydney Morning Herald

Victoria has recorded 11 new cases of coronavirus, while NSW contact tracers are racing to find anyone who may have been infected by a Sydney taxi driver.



Victoria recorded 11 new cases on Monday, its lowest daily rise since June 16 when there were nine cases. However, the daily total was revised to nine after two cases were classified.
State Opposition Leader Michael O’Brien on Monday said the Premier needed to “change course” and reopen the economy, while Mr Andrews has continued to raise hopes restrictions could be eased sooner than expected with Melbourne’s 14-day average continuing to plunge.
But University of Melbourne researcher Dr Jason …

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