Curve continues to flatten as Australia records its lowest new daily total for ...

Curve continues to flatten as Australia records its lowest new daily total for coronavirus cases in three weeks – but Health Minister Greg Hunt issues a grim warning Curve continuing to flatten as Australia daily infection growth falls below 100  Lowest infection rate since strict social distancing measures came into place 6,104 people in Australia have contracted the coronavirus, with 51 dead  Health minister Greg Hunt on Thursday announced 96 new cases of the virus Mr Hunt said on Thursday restrictions could be relaxed in 'slow, careful steps'  

By Australian Associated Press

Published: 06:15 BST, 9 April 2020 | Updated: 06:31 BST, 9 April 2020

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Australia has recorded a daily increase in new coronavirus infections below 100 for the first time in three weeks.

Health minister Greg Hunt on Thursday announced 96 new cases of the disease, the lowest infection rate since strict social distancing measures came into place.

6,104 people in Australia have contracted coronavirus, with 51 dead. 

'This weekend there is good news for Australia, but there is a warning that we can either lock in the gains or lose those gains,' he told reporters in Canberra.

He added the national cabinet was looking into how

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