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Victoria recorded 26 new local cases of COVID-19 as a major market in inland southeast Melbourne declared its entire venue a Level 1 site after visiting a positive case during last week’s trading day.
There are 146 active cases of coronavirus in Victoria. Two new cases were registered in the hotel quarantine. Health authorities conducted 43,674 tests on Wednesday and delivered 14,230 thrusts.
All 26 new locally acquired cases are linked to the current outbreaks, and 24 of the 26 cases were in quarantine for the entire period of infection, the Ministry of Health said.
Prahran market is undergoing a deep cleaning after it was revealed that a customer, who tested positive for the COVID-19 virus, visited on July 17 between 9.40 am and 11.15 am.
The market said the Ministry of Health had declared the entire market a level one site.
The shopper visited a number of market merchants including Pete and Rosie’s Deli, Q le Baker, Prahran Seafoods, John Cester’s Poultry and Game, Gary’s Quality Meats, trusted Fruit and Veg and Market Lane Coffee, according to a statement from the market.
“Due to the wide geographical spread of the merchants, DHHS has taken a step to classify the entire Prahran Market as a first-class exposure location,” the statement said.
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