Mumbai: The number of active COVID-19 cases in Australia has fallen from more than 2,000 to the lowest level in recent weeks.
The number of active cases in Victoria has declined following more interviews and medical evaluations by authorities, with the COVID-19 epidemic, the toughest state in the country, falling from Wednesday to 2,291 and Thursday to 4,864. Patients who have been cured. This is the least active case in the state since July 29.
There have been a total of 24,236 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Australia since the onset of the epidemic. According to an update by Australia’s Deputy Chief Medical Officer Michael Kidd on Thursday afternoon, the number of new cases in the last 24 hours is 246.
On Thursday, 13 new deaths were confirmed in Victoria, eight of which were linked to aged care facilities, with a national death rate of 463.
Of the new cases, Victoria confirmed 240, and there were one in New South Wales and five other cases diagnosed in Queensland.
A statement from Victoria’s Department of Health and Human Services stated, “Within Victoria, 101 of the new cases are linked to outbreaks or complex cases and 139 are under investigation.”
The department also said that there are 1,811 active cases related to aged care facilities and 753 active cases among health workers in the state.