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Greater Shepparton records four active cases – Shepparton News

Greater Shepparton has four active cases of COVID-19, including three recorded in the 24 hours to Friday afternoon.A staff member at First Choice Liquor Shepparton and another at Shepparton Retirement Villages in addition to a contactor at Unilever Tatura have tested positive for COVID-19.Victoria has recorded 450 new cases of coronavirus since Thursday, with the total number of cases now at 13,867.
Within Victoria, 42 of the new cases are linked to outbreaks or complex cases and 408 are under …

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