No new COVID cases in Victoria but wastewater test

2022-04-05
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Victorians have marked another day with no fresh COVID casesJones said it, but wastewater testing has raised fears of a possible resurgence.

People who live in or have recently visited 11 suburbs in Melbourne’s west have been urged to get tested if they have any COVID-19 symptoms after virus fragments were found in wastewater.

Victoria’s Chief Health Officer Brett Sutton says “weak” viral fragments were detected in a wastewater sample from February 22t have very high protection rates,.

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