Australian cases under 110 for the second straight day.
Australia has recorded fewer than 110 new cases of COVID-19 for two consecutive days, showing even more positive signs that the spread of coronavirus is slowing significantly.
On Friday, the Deputy Chief Medical Officer Paul Kelly said the growth rate across Australia is close to being less than one — a positive sign.
“Ideally, we want [the growth rate] to be below one. Less than one other person being infected after a person themselves has had the infection. Once you get to that point, the virus dies out. The epidemic dies out. And so, at the moment, we’re probably on the cusp of that in Australia,” the Deputy Chief Medical Officer said.
As of the morning of Saturday, April 11, there are 6,238 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Australia. There are 86 new cases since the 24 hours prior.
In NSW, there are 2,857 cases, Victoria…