Victoria has just one active COVID-19 case, as state records 22nd straight day of zeros

There is only a single active case of COVID-19 left in Victoria, as the state recorded its 22nd straight day of no new coronavirus cases or deaths on Saturday.

The most recent results come from 11,333 coronavirus tests after Victoria’s testing levels remained above 17,000 for the majority of the week.

The single suspected case that was under review by health authorities yesterday, of an asymptomatic woman in her 80s, was determined to be negative following further testing.

Twenty-two consecutive days with no new cases and no deaths is the state’s longest stretch of so-called ”doughnut days” since the end of February.

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