The NT Chief Health Officer has listed three more COVID hotspots in Victoria, as the state battles 4,697 active infections.
From 5:00pm today, people arriving to the NT with an approved travel exemption fromthe City of Greater Geelong, Rural City of Wangaratta and Shires of Murrindindi and Mitchell will need to enter supervised quarantine for 14 days.
“Territorians are reminded that interstate travel at this time remains a risk given the spread of COVID-19 continues to occur in Australia, particularly in Victoria and NSW,” Dr Hugh Heggie says.
“With school holidays approaching, please remember to regularly check the NT COVID-19 website for hotspot and border entry information.”
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