Canberra’s total outbreak has now grown to more than 500 cases as the nation’s capital continues to struggle to get Delta under control.
Canberra has recorded 13 new locally acquired Covid-19 cases, bringing the national capital’s total outbreak to 506.
Of the 13 new cases, two were in isolation for their entire infectious period while at least 10 were contagious out in the community.
Seven of the transmissions have been linked to existing cases and six remain under investigation.
ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr confirmed nine Canberrans were now in hospital with Covid-19, including three people in intensive care.
The ACT’s lockdown is currently set to end this Friday.
Mr Barr confirmed last week that an update would be provided on Tuesday outlining what health restrictions would look like for the territory moving forward.
More to come.
Originally published as ACT records 13 new cases tipping total outbreak to more than 500 cases