Victoria has greater than 40,00zero coronavirus circumstances | Information from the Bega district

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VICTORIA has registered 44,155 new coronavirus cases. Health Department data released on Sunday showed that around half of the new cases were due to rapid antigen testing. Another four people have died from the virus and its complications. A total of 752 spent Saturday hospitalized with COVID-19, while 104 people were being treated in the intensive care unit and 23 patients were on ventilators. It came after the state hit a record high of 51,356 cases on Saturday. Also Read: Omicron Peak Still Weeks Away AMA Warns Health Minister Martin Foley said Victorians should expect high COVID-19 case numbers in the next few days as the backlog of positive rapid antigen tests has been reported. “What it means is that it now gives us a realistic idea of ​​the transmission in the church,” he said. “We knew there were undiagnosed cases out there. “What we know now is that the number of cases in the wider community is more accurate than it was before the PCR number tests were performed.” Also read: NSW Records 30,062 new COVID-19 cases amid concerns the health system is not addressing “This is exactly what we wanted in many ways, and we thank all of these people for reporting their COVID status to us.” Nobody wants COVID, nobody wants the Omicron variant, but it is so important to to respond and keep people in touch with services and support.

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January 9, 2022 – 9:32 a.m.

Another day with high numbers of COVID cases in Victoria

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Unfortunately four more people died.

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Health Department data released on Sunday showed that around half of the new cases were due to rapid antigen testing.

Another four people have died from the virus and its complications.

A total of 752 spent Saturday hospitalized with COVID-19, while 104 people were being treated in the intensive care unit and 23 patients were on ventilators.

It came after the state hit a record high of 51,356 cases on Saturday.

Health Secretary Martin Foley said Victorians should expect high COVID-19 case numbers in the next few days as the backlog of positive rapid antigen tests has been reported.

“What it means is that it now gives us a realistic idea of ​​the transmission in the church,” he said. “We knew there were undiagnosed cases out there.

“What we now know is that the number of cases in the wider community is more accurate than it was before the PCR number tests were performed.”

“In many ways this is exactly what we wanted and we thank all of these people for reporting their COVID status to us.

“Nobody wants COVID, nobody wants the Omicron variant, but it’s so important to react and keep people in touch with services and support

“It will necessarily take a few days to put this new system in place.”

Coronavirus cases.  PICTURED: NONI HYETT

Coronavirus cases. PICTURED: NONI HYETT

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