Victoria is one day from eliminating coronavirus after its streak of no new cases extended to 27.
Testing numbers also remained strong on Thursday, with 12,862 in the previous 24 hours.
Health authorities regard 28 days with no new cases as elimination of the virus in the community, given that represents two 14-day incubation periods.
It’s been a significant week for Victoria, with its last active case on Monday.
Queensland and Tasmania have announced they will both reopen their borders to Victoria in the coming days.
The border restrictions in Queensland will relax on 1 December, while Tasmania will allow Victorians in from Friday.
Queensland’s announcement came a day after Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk revealed travel from Greater Sydney…