ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr says the territory recorded seven fresh COVID cases in a single day, all of them linked.
“Nonetheless, easiest two were in quarantine sooner or later of their complete infectious duration,” Mr Barr acknowledged at a media convention on Monday.
“A minimal of 4 spent half of their infectious duration in the community, and one stays below investigation.
“In further accurate news, the selection of Canberrans in effectively being facility has fallen to 5 in a single day, and we bask in got two in intensive care.
“So this day’s case numbers are particular, but as used to be the case on Friday after we reported 30 cases, it is miles too early to know whether this is accurate a one-off.
“What has been sure over the last 5 weeks is that day after day case numbers bask in fluctuated.”
ACT records seven COVID-19 cases