Nick Coatsworth Health city Canberra city Melbourne city Victoria testing Communicable diseases Emergency health management Government Nick Coatsworth Health city Canberra city Melbourne city Victoria

Deputy Chief Medical Officer interview on Today Show on 24 June 2020

ALLISON LANGDON:Thousands of people have been turned away from coronavirus testing stations in Melbourne as health authorities scramble to contain a spike in new cases, and there are fears of a possible second wave in Victoria.KARL STEFANOVIC: We're joined by Deputy Chief Medical Officer Dr Nick Coatsworth, who joins us from Canberra.

Doctor, thank you for your time again. How many new cases have been recorded overnight?DR NICK COATSWORTH:So 20 new cases in the past 24 hours, Karl, of which 17 have come from Victoria.KARL STEFANOVIC:Okay.

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