VIC records 390 new COVID-19 infections vs NSW’s 17

Authorities in Australian state of Victoria make masks compulsory for all

Victoria recorded 397 new cases on Saturday, significantly less than Thursday's peak of 723, as well as the deaths of a man and woman in their 80s, and a woman in her 90s.

The total number of cases in Victoria since 1 January is now 10,577.

He said what Victoria had done so far had prevented the state from dealing with thousands and thousands of new cases but "what we may be doing now may not be enough".

Queensland Health Minister Steven Miles said extra nurses had been provided to the facility, and all staff and the residents at the home were being tested.

'It is not a tap you can just turn on or off.

Vietnam reported more than two dozen new cases of the coronavirus on Saturday (Sunday morning AEST), while a third person died of COVID-19 complications a day after the country reported its first-ever death from the disease.

Mr Andrews reiterated that the restrictions in Victoria may be tightened.

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"It is a very cunning enemy as well".

"We've got numbers that are too high, we've got every reason to believe that these current settings will not get the job done, that we'll need to do more", he said.

"That is why we find ourselves in a position to evaluate these things and we can't rule out further steps being taken, they are being taken because that is what is necessary, there will be nothing else driving it but when I am in a position to make further announcements of course I will".

"Victoria Police are fed up with it", she said.

The premier has also been frustrated by people disobeying public health orders.

"There is absolutely no reason or need to drive from Melbourne to Ballarat for fresh air".

Ms Neville said those were just three examples that incurred fines on Friday, describing it as "appalling behaviour".

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