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COVID WA: Seven new cases were recorded, including two more mystery infections

Two more mysterious COVID-19 cases are being investigated by WA Health, raising concerns that Omicron’s scaffolding in the state is expanding.

Saturday’s WA Health reported seven new local COVID-19 cases and four travel-related cases at 8 pm on Friday.

Five of the cases in the seven regions were known contacts of previously reported cases, and one was potentially infectious in the community.

“The other two local cases are currently under investigation,” a spokesman said.

“Currently, it is not directly linked to the previous case. These two cases are from different households.”

All cases are under self-quarantine.

“Contact tracers are currently processing these cases to identify potential exposure sites, which will be uploaded to the HealthyWA website when confirmed,” a spokeswoman added.

Currently, there are 78 active cases confirmed in WA.

Of these, 27 are in hotel quarantine and 51 are in self-quarantine. There are no cases currently in the hospital.

COVID WA: Seven new cases were recorded, including two more mystery infections

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