Queensland wanted 28 days of no mystery cases,
Great regarding Victorian showing 0 cases.
I guess now we need to know how many mystery cases each state has so we can work out possible dates when states open.
Queensland wanted 28 days of no mystery cases, but with an election on Saturday this might change a bit.
But also have a 48 hours rile, so cases remain a mystery case even if linked at say the 49th hour.
Sounded like on Fridays national cabinet they may have had to rethink that, of course wont announce anything until after the election. And the damage is largely done, most people will have already booked their xmas travel and avoided Qld due to the uncertainty - they may pick up so Easter bookings.
I think the border clock is having problems with Daylight Savings Time.If you hadn't noticed, the QLD CHO has been 'parked' from commentating on this matter with her border clock now somewhat muffled....and to your point @Lynda2475, the caretaker QLD government has been slowly backpedalling over the last week on it as well.
Regardless of the result next week, I suspect the 28 day rule will be shelved..... (my reading of the tea leaves up here)....
This is an interesting article showing the chain from Box Hill Hospital to the Northern outbreak
A doctor on the Victorian Government's healthcare worker infections taskforce says the Box Hill Hospital cluster that led to an outbreak across Melbourne's north highlights ongoing weaknesses with infection control standards in hospitals.www.abc.net.au
I listened the Vic Gov presser yesterday. Andrews, Sutton and Weimar all spoke on it. It was quite clear on waiting for the test results. They are the ones who decide. So why would a different source be relevant?