64 new cases!
Australia's Victoria State issues another "Home Order"
On the 30th local time, officials of the Victorian Department of Health in Australia said that the state had 64 new cases of COVID-19 diagnosed in the past 24 hours. This is the 14th consecutive day since the epidemic rebounded in the state. The number has increased, and the source of infection in 31 cases is unknown. The governor of the state, Andrews, announced on the afternoon of the 30th that residents in several hotspot areas in the state need to stay at home for quarantine. The "Home Order" will take effect on July 2.
The day before (29th), The number of single-day diagnoses of COVID-19 in Victoria, Australia, is the largest day since April, with 75 cases.
The state’s chief medical officer Brett · Sutton (Brett Sutton) said that the epidemic "has reached the edge of control." Sutton also said that the state's epidemic is likely to continue to deteriorate. (Headquarters reporter Wang Cong)