Victoria records only one new coronavirus case as restrictions are slashed in Melbourne

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Queensland records three new coronavirus cases and restrictions are slashed across Melbourne as Victoria detects just one infection

Queensland has recorded three new local cases of Covid-19 as restrictions are slashed across Melbourne to allow the city’s residents to welcome as many as 15 visitors into their homes.

The three cases include the president of the Portuguese Family Centre at Ellen Grove in Brisbane’s south-west, who confirmed he had contracted the virus on Thursday morning to NCA NewsWire.  

Victoria’s Department of Health meanwhile recorded one community case of the virus in the 24 hours to midnight on Thursday, along with three in hotel quarantine.

A series of social distancing restrictions are being eased in Victoria from 11.59pm as the growth of the state’s latest outbreak continues to slow.

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