- On 28 June, around 30,000 new cases and over 70 deaths were reported. Most cases were reported in the national capital, Canberra.
- Canberra’s health authorities have warned of a new wave of Covid-19 infections.
- South Australia's health statistics have showcased that reinfections have increased by almost 1,000 in the past three weeks.
- With the winter flu, the spread of Covid-19 cases may cause a new epidemic of health problems in Australia.
Australia has been one of the nations with the strictest Covid-19 restrictions worldwide. The country put an early shutdown on international borders when the pandemic hit in 2020, and after almost two years, it reopened its international borders in February 2022.
With the restrictions easing, the predictions were that the pandemic would be subtle in the upcoming months. However, the infections are again going upscale. Let’s glance at the recent development in Covid-19 cases, the state of reinfections and the new vaccine campaign going across the country.