As sites of coronavirus infection, MCG and Chadstone Shopping Centre are investigated as NSW records four locally acquired cases and moves ahead with Sydney research.
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On the second day of the Boxing Day test, thousands of individuals will have to self-isolate in Victoria after a man tested positive for coronavirus after visiting the Melbourne Cricket Ground. As potential locations for virus infection, the MCG, which had 23,841 visitors on Dec. 27, and the Chadstone Shopping Centre on Boxing Day, are now being investigated. Jeroen Weimar, the Covid-19 response commander of the state, said there were up to 8,000 people in the affected MCG area and “many thousands of people” who walked on Boxing Day through the busy shopping center. Australia’s coronavirus news live: NSW reports four new cases, while Victoria reports a new mystery case in a person tested on Boxing DayRead moreOf 37,509 tests on Wednesday, Victoria reported only one new case of locally acquired Covid-19.
Four locally acquired cases were registered on Wednesday in New South Wales, two of which are related to the Berala cluster in western Sydney, one to the Avalon cluster on the northern beaches, and one is still under investigation. A man who tested positive and whose Covid test was reported on Tuesday had traveled to western NSW, after which test sites in Orange, Broken Hill and Nyngan were identified. In Victoria, during the test match, the man was not contagious, but the health department of Victoria said that he may have received the virus from someone else at the MCG. “There is a possible, I emphasize possible, acquisition related to the Boxing Day test at the MCG,”There is a possible, I stress possible, acquisition related to the Boxing Day test at the MCG. Anyone who was in MCG Zone 5, Great Southern Stand, between 12:30 p.m. Oh, and 3:30 p.m. Until they obtain a negative result, they must be tested and isolated on Dec. 27. During the test match, the man had no symptoms and acquired them on Dec. 30. On Jan. 5, he tested positive. “The Victorian Health Department said the man “did not visit any Victorian exposure sites or travel to NSW, which means that the MCG is now being investigated as a potential source of infection. “The Melbourne Cricket Club will contact cardholders in the affected areas. The following stores will also be investigated as infection sites in the Chadstone Shopping Centre on 26. Between 6 a.m. in December Culture Kings, Huffer, JD Sports, Jay Jays, H&M, Uniqlo, Myer, Superdry, Footlocker and Dumplings Plus. Hotspots in Victoria Covid: Melbourne and regional case sites listRead moreOn Dec. 30. In December, between 12-12, the man also visited The Nike Company at 134 Buckhurst Lane, South Melbourne. 45pm; Culture Kings Melbourne between 1-1.30pm at 19-25 Russell Street in Melbourne; and Tamarind 8 between 6.30-7pm at 7b/420 Princes Highway, Narre Warren. Health Minister Brad Hazzard said the upcoming Sydney cricket test would still go ahead on Thursday in NSW, but anyone who attended the affected portion of the MCG test would be banned from the SCG and fined $1,000 if caught. Hazzard also said that the Sydney test would require masks, even when eating or drinking. He also reported a higher number of western Sydney suburbs where residents would be prohibited from attending and urged individuals to avoid public transport and travel by car or cab to the game. Wentworthville and Belmore are now included in the list of suburbs where cricket attendance is banned. “New South Wales has struck the leading balance in the country in terms of keeping it open, which is normality, but in a covid environment. “New South Wales has struck the country’s leading balance in terms of keeping it open, which is normal, but in a covetous environment.
For a long, long time, Covid may have been with us,’ he said.
“From the moment you actually get on the transport to get there and join the queue at the front door of the SCG, and go to your seat, and sit in your seat, you have to wear a mask,”From the moment you get on the transport to get there and join the queue at the SCG front door, and go to your seat and sit in your seat, you have to wear a seat.