Jeroen Weimar maintains confidence in state’s red zone permit system as two family members and removalist are diagnosed with coronavirus
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Three new cases of Covid-19 have emerged in Victoria after a removalist from New South Wales, and two members of a family who returned from Sydney last week tested positive.
The first case, reported early on Monday by state health minister Martin Foley, is a removalist who travelled from Sydney to Melbourne on 8 July. The moving crew delivered furniture to a home in the Whittlesea local government area, before picking up furniture in a home in the Maribyrnong local government area, and arriving in South Australia in the early hours of 9 July.
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