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Updated December 30, 2018 11:53:27The ABC has identified seven people who are at risk of contracting the coronaviruses H1N1 and H3N2, with the latest data suggesting they are in Australia’s capital and regional areas.
The first three people in the top 10 are the man who died in the Sydney airport last month.
He was wearing a mask and gloves, according to police.
He was among seven people identified by coronaviral surveillance systems as being at risk.
A man in his 40s from Perth, a man from Canberra and a woman from the Sunshine Coast have also been identified by surveillance systems.
The coronavids can cause a range of symptoms, including fever, cough, runny nose and sore throat.
The latest information shows that two people have died in Brisbane, two in Sydney and two in the state’s north.
There is also a new coronavid confirmed in the northern part of the state.
It is the first confirmed case of the virus in the southern part of Queensland, and a second confirmed case in the north.
A woman from Melbourne has been identified as a person who is at high risk.
The Australian Capital Territory (ACT) is currently at “very high” risk, with two deaths reported in the past 24 hours.
The ABC understands the woman is from Canberra, while the man is from the Gold Coast.
The other people identified are from the capital.
Two people have tested positive in the ACT for coronavirin, while one person tested positive for the coronovirus in New South Wales.
There has also been a spike in the number of people in Australia being referred to specialist clinics to have a blood test, which can detect the virus.
The ACT Government has warned of a possible spike in hospital admissions, with people being referred for testing at the moment.
A woman in her 60s has also tested positive, and one person has tested positive.
There have been no confirmed deaths or hospitalisations in Australia.
“Our priority is to get people to the right care, to get them to the hospital, to be tested and if they are confirmed to be infected we will deal with it as quickly as possible,” Health Minister Dr David Davis said.
The WA State Government is also facing increasing concerns about the coronas, with a spike of two new coronas detected in the last 24 hours, with one man in the Goldfields in the heart of Perth having tested positive on Friday.
The state’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr David Macdonald, said there were a number of issues in WA as a result of the coronos.
He said there was a very high risk of coronavillae entering our country from China.
“I am concerned that there could be a spike, which could be in WA, and that there might be other people in WA,” Dr Macdonald said.
There is currently no specific timeframe for the outbreak to end, but he said the virus was still “dangerous”.
“I would say there’s no reason to think we will have a pause.
We’re in a situation where it’s quite serious,” he said.
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