Victorian family who visited NSW south coast confirmed to have Delta variant, the predominant coronavirus variant in India
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The Delta variant of Covid-19 has been identified in two members of a West Melbourne family who travelled to New South Wales and were previously thought to have been part of the wider Melbourne outbreak.
It came as health officials say they have no plans to end Melbourne’s 14-day lockdown earlier than planned, despite two cases of “fleeting transmission” in the state being reclassified on Thursday as false positives.
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