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Are big families the centre of Victoria's second wave?

Coronacast 6 de octubre de 2020 14


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Victoria has hit a road bump on its pathway to reopening, recording 15 new cases of coronavirus yesterday as it tries to suppress a new outbreak.

The Chadstone cluster has continued to grow, and has spread to a regional town about 60km from Melbourne.

It comes as the state’s Chief Health Officer has revealed that Melbourne’s second wave appears to have focused on larger families.

So why are households with more than six people at the centre of this outbreak?

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* In NSW, why were there so many cases yesterday in hotel quarantine?

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* Norman has mentioned treating people on their stomachs a few times lately, what does he mean by that?

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