Canberra recorded 32 new locally acquired Covid-19 cases on Saturday.
Of the new cases, 26 are linked.
Seven were quarantined for the entire duration of the infection.
It is in the midst of a retirement home transmission where two cases first appeared on Friday in the Haydn Retirement Community in Bruce.
In both cases, the staff were fully vaccinated and wore personal protective equipment.
Chief Health Officer Kerin Coleman said Friday that more cases had spread within the facility and are not yet included in official figures.
All seniors have been tested and are now isolated in their own room.
I will come more.
Canberra records 32 new local cases of coronavirus
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