Political pressure is mounting on Victoria over its coronavirus border restrictions with Greater Sydney as the Federal Health Minister makes it clear there are no Commonwealth-defined hotspots left in the country.
- Premier Daniel Andrews has suggested the Greater Sydney “red zone” will likely shrink in coming days
- But the NSW Premier says he should have contacted her “quite a while back”, given the area is not deemed a national hotspot
- The Opposition says there is a double standard with Australian Open players and Victorians in Sydney
Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt said on Sunday morning the lack of transmission of the UK strain of COVID-19 showed there was, “very, very clear evidence that the Australian system had been tested…