Breaking: Five new virus cases confirmed

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FIVE more coronavirus cases have been confirmed in the ACT, bringing the number of cases to 44. 

The new cases include four males and one female, aged between 27 and 73. 

ACT Health is undertaking contact tracing but can confirm that four of the cases are linked to overseas travel, including cruise ships, and one is a close contact of a confirmed case. 

There is currently no evidence of community transmission in the ACT. 

Three previously reported cases remain in hospital, with the rest of the cases self-isolating.

Confirmed case details and known flights with confirmed cases of COVID-19 will be uploaded to

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    • It means people within our community spreading the virus to each other. So far there’s no evidence of that happening yet (all the confirmed cases contracted the virus outside the ACT)

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