Canberra’s first virus case has recovered

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CANBERRA’S first confirmed coronavirus case has recovered, according to ACT Health.

ACT Health says the man in his 30s who had the virus confirmed on March 12, is no longer required to self-isolate.

He is one of 53 people in the ACT who have had a confirmed case of the virus.

There have been 3219 negative COVID-19 tests in the ACT to date.

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