IN FULL: ACT records 11 new cases of COVID-19 | ABC News

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Only three cases were in quarantine during their whole infectious period, while at least seven spent some of their infectious period in the community. The movements of one person are still under investigation. Nine cases are linked to other identified close contacts or exposure sites, while the remaining two are still being investigated.

11 people are in hospital with the virus, with one person in intensive care, who is also requiring ventilation.

Today the ACT government announced Canberrans would be able to receive their second dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine four to eight weeks after their first, in line from guidance from vaccine expert advisory body ATAGI.

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