28 November 2021

ACT records seven new COVID-19 cases

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Nurse preparing COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine

According to ACT Health, 97 per cent of the ACT’s 12-plus population is fully vaccinated. Photo: Michelle Kroll.

The ACT has recorded seven new cases of COVID-19 in the 24 hours to 8 pm yesterday.

As of 8 pm last night, there were seven COVID patients in hospital. Five in the ICU and four on a ventilator.

A total of 1,397 negative tests were conducted in the 24 hours to 9 am today. There are 162 active cases in the ACT.

Of the Territory’s 12-plus population, 97.6 per cent are now fully vaccinated (as of 26 November).

Details of the latest COVID-19 exposure sites are available here.

In NSW there are 185 new cases.

In Victoria, there are 1,061 new cases and four deaths.

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Mike Carroll7:50 pm 28 Nov 21

How many of the new cases are double vaccinated?

That is a very interesting question. My husband and I are both double vaxxed and yet we both got covid back in August.

Finagen_Freeman11:41 am 28 Nov 21

Yawn. This was news 3 months ago.

Fact; cases are the norm. Not news.

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