ACT coronavirus case in intensive care

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ACT chief health officer Kerryn Coleman

THE ACT chief medical officer Dr Kerryn Coleman has confirmed that Canberra has its first coronavirus case in intensive care.

She made the announcement this afternoon (March 27) in a press conference, saying she could not comment any further on the case.

The person in intensive care is one of five cases in hospital in Canberra. The three other patients are stable, says Dr Coleman.

The ACT has 62 confirmed COVID-19 cases.

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