Live Covid updates: NSW, Qld, Victoria cases, closures and restrictions

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Live Covid updates: NSW, Qld, Victoria cases, closures and restrictions

After Queensland reported three new cases on Friday, there are fears a new cluster could send parts of the state into a “hard and fast” lockdown.

Welcome to Saturday’s live coverage of the Covid-19 situation in Australia.

On Friday, Victoria recorded 1,143 new cases of Covid and three deaths, after an alarming week, as cases rose to the level of an outbreak of 1,438 infections on Thursday.

Queensland confirmed two new locally acquired cases on Friday, with the state teetering on the brink of a possible lockdown.

Meanwhile, NSW recorded 864 new COVID-19 cases and 15 deaths yesterday, with outgoing Prime Minister Gladys Berejiklian announcing her resignation after the NSW Independent Anti-Corruption Commission (ICAC) confirmed it was investigating her allegations of a breach of trust. The public because of her secret relationship with former deputy Daryl. Maguire.

Follow below for today’s most important updates. Keep updating the page for the latest news.

Queensland outperforms ‘strong and rapid’ lockdown

After the state reported three new cases on Friday, Queensland could face another lockdown if more infections are reported.

While all three cases have been linked, with testing rates also rising, Prime Minister Anastasia Pallaschuk said that while a ‘strict and rapid lockdown’ is not currently necessary, she will enact one if needed.

“This is dangerous,” she said. “We will do our best, and we will move quickly if necessary.

“The main reason we’re not in lockdown is because we don’t have any seeding or unrelated community transmission.”

Among those new infections, a Gold Coast man is raising new concerns from a group after it was discovered he had spent four days in the community while contracting the infection. His infection is believed to be related to a budding aviation group that began after a man who worked at a training facility came into contact with foreign pilots and other airline employees.

The state is currently reporting 15 infections in this outbreak, with transmission concerns in Brisbane, Moreton Bay, Gold Coast, Townsville and Palm Beach.

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