Victoria records seven new cases as it frantically investigates how staff at a Covid testing clinic mysteriously became infected
Victoria has recorded seven new cases of coronavirus on its second day out of lockdown but is still desperately tracing a mystery case.
Health authorities said on Thursday morning that six of the new cases are linked to known clusters and were in isolation throughout their infectious period.
Contact tracers are now scrambling to find the source of the remaining locally-acquired case.
Health Minister Martin Foley said on Wednesday that the worker and came forward for testing on Tuesday after developing symptoms Monday night.
They are not a primary close contact of pre-existing cases, sparking fears that undetected cases of Covid-19 could be lurking in the community.
More to come.