LIVE: Victorian authorities confirm fifth case in Melbourne COVID-19 cluster | ABC News

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Victorian contact tracers are racing to identify the source of four new cases that emerged yesterday.

All are close family members, spread across three households in the City of Whittlesea in Melbourne’s outer north.

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